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tyre sizes by car Daewoo Cielo
  • Sedan I
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  • Sedan I
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  • Sedan I
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  • Hatchback I
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  • SUV I
  • SUV / Cabrio I
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  • Hatchback I
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  • Hatchback I
  • Sedan I
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  • Hatchback I
tyre sizes by car Daewoo Musso
  • SUV I
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  • 3/4/5-door I
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  • Estate I
  • Hatchback I
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  • 3/4/5-door I
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  • Van I
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  • Van I
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  • Hatchback I

Daewoo

Beginning. Daewoo history started before the Second World War, in 1937. The Korean city was founded by fitting Pupyong trucks - National Motor Co. The company, as a result of internal changes has changed in the 60's the name of the Saenara Motor Co.., And then was taken over by another Korean company Shinjin Industrial. This same concern and, in the early 70's, along with the American company General Motors created GM Korea. Soon we started producing Opel Rekord, a little later the factory also produced the Chevrolet models.

Development. In 1990, Daewoo Motor set off to conquer the markets around the world. Until 1996, all car companies are based on models of General Motors. In 1995 in Europe began to expand from Daewoo Espero and Nexia models. Then, the market completed models Lanos, Nubira and Leganza. Then came time for the Matiz which became a hit among others in Italy, where for three years he gained the title of Car of the Year (1998, 1999 and 2000). In 2004, the market model released Nubira III, who was the last under the name Daewoo model in Europe.

Today. GM Daewoo is part of General Motors. The company was founded in 2001 on the ruins of Daewoo Group, which went bankrupt in 1999. Today's Daewoo has five manufacturing facilities in South Korea and assembly facility in Vietnam. The company currently produces vehicles under the brands Chevrolet, Buick, GMC, Opel, Vauxhall, Holden and Suzuki that are sold in more than 150 countries on six continents. January 20, 2011, GM announced that GM Daewoo will be renamed GM Korea Co.

Trivia. Daewoo cars were also produced in Poland in Lublin (Nexia model) and Daewoo-FSO in Warsaw (Espero, Matiz, Nubira, Lanos, Leganza).

Daewoo car production ceased in Europe, but it is worth mentioning the most popular models produced in the past: Espero, Chevrolet Aveo, Lanos, Leganza, Nexia, Nubira, Lacetti, Polonez Atu Plus, Caro Plus, Tico and Matiz.

Tires. Daewoo brand vehicles are equipped with tires of 13-17 inches. Popular sizes used in cars of this brand are: 155/80 R13 (Lanos), 185/60 R14 (Cielo), 185/70 R14 (Tacuma), 185/65 R14 (Espero) or 205/55 R16 (Leganza). Tires for cars Daewoo supplied many manufacturers, such as Hankook and Michelin. The most famous may be mentioned: Daewoo Espero, Lanos, Leganza and Nexia - Michelin Energy. Daewoo Nubira For Michelin Pilot tires in size 195/55 R15.