Daewoo Tacuma Estate 2000-2005 Reviews – Daewoo Finance Specialists

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Daewoo Tacuma

Estate

The Chevrolet Tacuma Mulit vehicle (MPV), formerly as the Daewoo Tacuma, performs its job well, but at the same time really exceed any expectaitions. It is as a basic five seater. The is not particularly enjoyable with the suspension conveying every through to the cars occupants.

is ample space for five to fit in comfortably, but the boot is too small for people#39;s luggage. It can however be by removing the three back More thought has clearly into the layout of the tacuma the dash being laid out in a and easy to use manner.

Pros and Cons:

Cheaper its rivals Renault and Citroen

two petrol engines available

and Interior

The Tacuma looks the love child of the Renault and the Citroens Picasso just not the same amount of love and going into it. The interior is par for Daewoo with clearly thought going into the and the materials used also more expensive. The interiors are of a better quality than Daewoo#39;s but only really up to their rivals, Renault and rather than exceeding the

There is adequate space for five people to sit comfortably the boot is not the biggest. The three seats can be removed in all but the entry-level There is also plenty of space offered throughout the with storage drawers the front seats. The rear are very chucky though the drivers#39; visibility out of the rear

The two engines come with own trim levels with the 1.6 air-con, remote central electric windows and steering audio controls. The 2.0 comes added extras such as control, alloy wheels and back tables. There are top of the range extras which leather seats and parking

Engines

There are only two engines available and no diesels. The is between a 1.6-litre and a 2.0-litre There is also the option of a 5 speed manual or 4 speed gearbox.

Performance and Economy

Daewoo Tacuma

The two perform fairly well the more powerful 119bhp engine being the overall machine. It#39;s not exactly the car around but it does have of pull which enables it to well with a fully car. The 1.6 with 103bhp far behind but it lacks that extra power and, as it struggles when the car is fully

The 1.6 manages better fuel reaching 35.3mpg compared to the 32.8mpg.

The manual gearbox well however the 4 speed isn#39;t as good as it reduces the and makes the car feel slow. The is cheaper to insure than of its rivals with the 1.6-litre into group 8 and the 2.0-litre group 10.

What it’s to Drive

The Tacuma isn#39;t the exciting car to drive, but you don#39;t buy a Daewoo for its thrilling performance. The is too stiff, which helps to body roll in the corners, but almost every bump in the through to the cars occupants. and road noise isn#39;t loud and the engines are both quiet which is a blessing.

The thick pillars can be a nuisance trying to reverse into and out of as they restrict the visibility out of the end of the car.

Faults and Repairs

are no major problems with the however, there was a recall of car in 2002 to prevent possible appearing in the brake pipes and fluid pipelines. These all repaired free of charge so all of should have been but it would be good to check the history just to make There have also reports of the dash rattling by owners.

The good news is that the and repairs are fairly cheap to rivals.

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