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Daewoo Tacuma

NEW CAR LAUNCH: DAEWOO TACUMA

So, off to we went for the Tacuma launch. finding a snazzy, easy to bundle of fun, I had the best eggs I had ever had in my life. all, anyone thinks can do scrambled eggs, it looks and terribly simple, just the eggs, throw them in a add a bit of salt, stir and there you

But wait, there are all sorts of you can add, extra ingredients turn the basic dish something special. Daewoo taken the concept of a small car and turned it into a long travelling fun machine, with for the whole family to take in.

From its bold chromed grille to the dramatic upsweep of the side window, Tacuma is an in a sea of look-a-likes. The design is the result of a three-way collaboration between Forum, Daewoo’s Korean-based design studio, and two of Italy’s famous design houses: and Italdesign.

At the front, the distinctive radiator elegantly reinterprets Daewoo’s logo and stamps its authority on the The line of the short bonnet for the length of the car, before into a half oval the rear windows. A second ‘slash’ lower down the side panel accentuates the stance, while the near-upright styling is dominated by the high vertically stacked tail-lights.

The ‘look’ is completed by twin, exhaust pipes.

Despite the overall dimensions – is 100mm shorter than the Estate – it will five … passengers and has ample space for their The secret to Tacuma’s Tardis-like lies in its height and width. It be shorter than the Nubira but sits on a 30mm longer and is 55mm wider.

Perhaps the telling dimension, however, is the at 1580mm it is a significant 160mm than the Nubira. This passengers to sit more upright, in the rear, which ensures the effective use of available space. are five ergonomically designed with those in the front multi-adjustable and have fold armrests for extra comfort, the front passenger seat in the CDX can be swivelled through 180 degrees to the rear passengers, perfect for or messy kids.

The three rear seats can all be individually in two movements to create load space Each can also be removed to maximise the area. With the seats in Tacuma has 455 litres of load which increases to 1155 with all three tumbled

The centre rear seat forward by 120mm to increase room for passengers in the outside of seats and when folded the back of the centre seat can double as a useful extra – a picnic table or desk. As well as its huge Tacuma boasts masses of spaces and practical touches.

As well as underseat storage in the front and rear and storage in the boot side panels, has a large glove box, a holder in the overhead console, and door and seat back There are numerous cup holders in the and rear, while both the SE and CDX have aircraft style down tables on the back of the seats.

Daewoo Tacuma

High levels of equipment have long a Daewoo trademark, and Tacuma is no Power steering, air conditioning, brakes and electrically adjustable and door mirrors are standard the board, as are the five individual with aircraft-style tables on the of the front seats. The centre seat can also be folded to form a useful table, under seat storage in the and under floor storage in the allows valuable items to be away from prying

SE models have a four RDS radio/ tape player system, electric front and a useful power socket in the area. The CDX adds alloy electric rear windows, a front passenger seat, and a socket in the front while the system has two extra speakers. As with a Daewoo, metallic is a no cost option.

Automatic (2.0-litre only), satellite and a roof rack system are the list of options available for as is an innovative entertainment system around the popular Sony Station. A foldaway roof screen linked to a central box allows rear seat to plug-in their PlayStation and use it on the move. In time, the system permit Internet access and e-mails to be sent and received.

At launch there are two versions of available, powered by a choice of 1.8 and petrol engines. A diesel will become available in 2001.

The engines are mounted and drive the front wheels a Daewoo-developed five-speed manual coupled to a single dry plate

The entry level 1.8 SE is powered by a new eight valve, single camshaft light alloy displacing 1761cc and developing bhp and a useful 106 lb ft of torque, to give a top of 106 mph with the 0-60 mph sprint around 13 seconds. The unit the 2.0 CDX is a familiar Daewoo engine, can also be found in the Nubira and models.

Displacing 1998cc, the features four valves per and a twin cam head with mounted spark plugs and has developed for Daewoo by General in Australia. Available in a slightly state of tune to reflect load carrying role, it slightly less power but torque than in the Nubira: in the engine develops 119 bhp and 130 lb ft of torque – 133 bhp and 123 lb ft respectively) to give a top of 112 mph with the 0-62 mph time cut to seconds.

Both engines feature gas recirculation which reduces the of fuel/air mixture into the chamber to produce a more burn. This helps economy and reduces the production of NOx Both the 1.8 SE and the 2.0 CDX return a highly 39.2 mpg over the government’s fuel cycle.

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