Lanos Spoilers Buy Daewoo Lanos Spoilers
Lanos Spoilers is the smallest of the trio of passenger cars that emerged in 99 from Daewoo, the third South Korean automaker to enter the U.S. market. The front drive subcompact came as a two door hatchback or four-door sedan, in S, SE, and top-of-the-line SX trim. Main rival was the similar-sized Hyundai Accent, also produced in Korea, but Lanos Spoilers models also competed against the Plymouth Neon, Ford Focus, Ford Escort ZX2, Honda Civic, Hyundai Accent, and Toyota Echo. All versions used a 1.6 L, dual-overhead-cam 4-cylinder engine, offered with five-speed manual shift or an optional four-speed auto transmission.
Lanos Spoilers are installed on the trunk of your car. One easy way to make your car look good is to add a spoiler. Lanos Spoilers are easy to install and an effective way to make the rear end look sportier and give some aerodynamics to your vehicle. One thing you should be concerned about when you purchase your wing is to get it painted. But don't get it painted until you have test fitted it on your vehicle. Sometimes the wrong spoiler could be shipped to you. Or, maybe you just ordered the wrong model without realizing. Regardless a test fit is essential to see how well it fits. Make sure the paint that is applied blends in with the rest of your paint. Don't go cheap. You can paint it for about $150 roughly if you shop around.