Although worldwide conglomerate Daewoo have been selling affordable Televisions, VCRs along with other electronic household equipment to America, it had not been before the late the nineteen nineties that it is automotive arm, Daewoo Motor America, made the decision for everyone up some Korean automotive cuisine stateside by means of several affordable, entry-level automobiles. Among the products around the menu was the subcompact Daewoo Lanos.
Snazzy styling, cheap sticker prices, fun in turns.
Unproven reliability, whiny engine, cheap interior materials, financially unstable manufacturer.
Daewoo adds the new Sport Hatchback model to the Lanos lineup for 2001, but discontinues the SE Hatchback and SX Sedan. Pacific Blue Mica and Red Rock Mica are added to the palette for the sedan and hatchback, while Super Red and Granada Black Mica are available exclusively on the Sport. The new premium package available on the S models includes power windows, door locks and passenger rearview mirror; tilt steering wheel; AM/FM/cassette/CD stereo; digital clock; and variable intermittent wipers.