Daewoo Nubira Cars & Parts For Sale

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Daewoo Nubira Air Conditioning & Heat
Daewoo Nubira Air Intake & Fuel Delivery
Daewoo Nubira Brakes
Daewoo Nubira Charging and Staring Systems
Daewoo Nubira Computer, Chip, Cruise Control
Daewoo Nubira Cooling System
Daewoo Nubira Decals, Emblems & Detailing
Daewoo Nubira Emission System
Daewoo Nubira Engines & Components
Daewoo Nubira Exhaust
Daewoo Nubira Exterior
Daewoo Nubira Filters
Daewoo Nubira Gaskets
Daewoo Nubira Gauges
Daewoo Nubira Glass
Daewoo Nubira Ignition System
Daewoo Nubira Interior
Daewoo Nubira Lighting & Lamps
Daewoo Nubira Parts Cars
Daewoo Nubira Safety & Security
Daewoo Nubira Suspension & Steering
Daewoo Nubira Transmission & Drivetrain
Daewoo Nubira Turbos, Nitrous, & Superchargers
Daewoo Nubira Wheels and Tires
Daewoo Nubira Other Parts

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The Nubira is a line of 4 door sedans and station wagons built by Korean car maker Daewoo. It is sold under many different names in different markets, including the Chevrolet Lacetti in Europe and Suzuki Forenza in the United States.
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The Nubira made its debut in 1997 with the model J100. The first generation was discontinued in 1999. It was originally a replacement for the GM T platform, which included the Daewoo Nexia. The 2000 model was given the model name J150 and featured over 90 improvements over the first generation. The third generation model J200 was released in 2003. The Suzuki Forenza first became available in the United States in 2004. Engine options for these models include a 1.4L, 1.6L, 1.8L E-TEC II in Europe and a 2.0 L Holden E-TEC II in the United States. These models were dropped in the US in 1996, along with the Cavalier, in favor of the new Chevrolet Cobalt. If you are looking to buy a used Nubira, I suggest trying a search on eBay. It's a whole lot less hassle than a used car lot, and in most cases you'll save $1,000 to $2,000, even after shipping/picking up charges.
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