The first generation car, model J100, was released to the market in 1997 as Daewoo Nubira. It remained in the market until 1999. The Nubira takes its name from the Korean word Nubira, which means, “to go everywhere”. The Nubira was needed as a replacement for the GM T platform-based Daewoo Nexia and was designed by Italian I.DE.A Institute. It came available in both a sedan and a station wagon model. In 2000, the first generation underwent an impressive 90 improvements and was re-launched as model J150. In the Korean market, the J150 was marketed as the Daewoo Nubira II. Examples of the upgrades include a welcomed increase in passenger space and a reduction in noise, harshness and vibration. This had been a particular problem from the engine and was corrected by adding a fourth engine mount and by tuning the intake resonators. In addition, Daewoo’s Worthing Technical Center in the United Kingdom altered the exterior design.
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All of the Nubiras had a choice of 1.6 or 2.0-litre gasoline engines. No diesel version was ever offered although drivers had hoped for one given that it sat on a platform whose previous models had been offered in diesel. In 2003, the Nubira was replaced by the Daewoo Lacetti (model J200), which was a new Pininfarina-designed sedan. Te expansion of the lineup continued with the presentation of the new station wagon in 2004. To make matters even more confusing, in some European market, the Nubira name was kept for the sedans and the station wagons. Drivers that would like to get their hands on the Nubira can do so, but it will take some work. The Daewoo Nubira is still produced in Romania, in a former Daewoo factory, which has the license from General Motors Daewoo, but nevertheless, it is still being pushed down the factory line. Use our car shipping quote calculator, which we created first, and learn about the Daewoo Nubira by going here. Auto transport estimates are easy on this page.<< Back to Vehicle Index