Nubira Car Audio Video
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Falling squarely in the middle of Daewoo's 3-car lineup, the Nubira Car Audio Video was a relative large front drive sub-compact. Somewhat bigger and more powerful than the entry-level Lanos, it was smaller than the flagship Leganza sedan. Rivals included the Ford Focus, Honda Civic, Hyundai Elantra, Mazda Protege, Toyota Echo, and Chevrolet Prizm. Initially, Nubira Car Audio Videos came in three body styles: 4-door sedan, four-door hatchback, and 4-door station wagon. The hatchback would last only a single season. Sole engine was a 2.0-L, dual-overhead cam 4-cylinder, mated to either a manual gearbox or optional auto transmission. The Nubira Car Audio Video CDX was unusual for its class, with standard antilock braking 1999 optional in the SX. Daewoo was the 3rd South Korean automaker to enter the U.S. market, trailing Hyundai and Kia. Rather than starting with regular dealerships, Daewoo initially recruited teams of students to promote the car on college campuses. As that program was found wanting, conventional dealerships began to spring up around the country. Buyers got a roadside assistance program as part of their new-Nubira Car Audio Video purchase in 2000-2002.
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