Full review of Used Daewoo Lanos Hatchback What Car?

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Daewoo Lanos

What does it cost?

Lanos Hatchback full with expert trade

Almost every rival to the is more capable on the road. The car and jiggles all over the place you’re on a totally flat and the body roll through will leave you braking before roundabouts. To cap it all, the is vague and unresponsive.

Of the two engines, the engine is the better bet. The 1.6 very noisy if you need slightly high revs, and the smaller engine has to work it’s smoother and quieter it’s doing it. However, suffer from a lot of wind and noise whatever engine you under the bonnet.

Inside, things don’t get better. The interior is bland and and while all the switchgear falls to hand, there seems to been no thought given to or design.

The steering wheel has adjustment, but the seats don’t enough support. And, there’s a decent amount of and knee space in both the and back, the rear bench is really comfortable for two.


Only sells on but an SX hatch is the one that has most appeal

James Ruppert

Used car guru

You can choose three- and five-door models, but for us the practical five-door model is the choice.

Trims start S, which gets power central locking, an alarm and twin airbags and a radio player. SE adds anti-lock and, after the upgrade in 2000, included electric windows. If you can, try to find one the optional air-con fitted.

the pick of the bunch is the flagship SX, air-con, as well as electric and door mirrors as standard.

The engine is the 74bhp 1.4-litre, its low-revving character means it out of puff early on and isn’t a motorway cruiser.

The 1.6-litre delivers 105bhp and is flexible, but is coarse at mid to high There’s no diesel, and none of the has traction control or side

Never a desirable machine, to find the Lanos in the bargain section of your local classifieds.

Trade view

reliability, low bills and low failure but watch for suspension problems


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Daewoo bosses went for a budget image they launched the Korean in the UK. It means residual values never high, which is news if you’re a used

These cars are cheap as now, and that’s also news when it comes to it. You’ll be looking at third-party and with the 1.4 in group 4 and the 1.6 in group 6, going to be a minimal expense.

economy is pretty good, Official manufacturer figures are for the 1.4-litre and 34mpg for the 1.6. shouldn’t be too many problems the car, although obviously will increase as it gets

Experts at Warranty Direct the Lanos for its reliability and low repair However, using data thousands of owners, they the Skoda Felicia is an even bet.

Trade view

Only on price but an SX hatch is the one that has retail appeal


Used car guru

The Lanos is a pretty tough cookie, it has been looked after We have heard of no major with the car.

That check the service history you buy, and take particular of when the cambelt was last or you could get a nasty shock time the car goes in for a check-up. It be done every 40,000

Along with several Daewoo models, the Lanos was in 2004 because of concerns cracking in a capacitor inside the position sensor. The offending was replaced free of charge by and there should be relevant in the vehicle’s service history. Ask if there aren’t.

Among the other issues to look out for the Lanos are the rear brakes, have been known to on, and we’ve heard of minor problems that can cause a breakdown.

Trade view

reliability, low bills and low failure but watch for suspension problems


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