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Daewoo Espero Pictures from Car Picture Gallery


UK imports began in January 1995 when it was one of two cars (the other being the Nexia) in the first British Daewoo range. It sold well in the UK, but its competitive asking price, impressive equipment levels and the comprehensive aftersales package were about the only strengths the car had in comparison with other rivals. After all, it was little more than a re-hashed MK2 Vauxhall Cavalier. The Espero was launched just months before the MK3 Cavalier was discontinued and the Vectra introduced.

The Daewoo Espero (also known as Aranos) is a mid-size car produced by the South Korean company Daewoo Motors from 1990 to 1997. It was technically based on the GM J platform and had the distinction of a body designed by Bertone. It bore more than a passing resemblance to the Citroen Xantia, that Bertone had also designed. The car was equipped with the Daewoo Family 1 1.5L engine, or the 1.8 or 2.0L Family II engine from Holden. The Espero was replaced by the Daewoo Leganza in 1997.

Daewoo Espero Pictures from Car Picture Gallery

Daewoo Espero


The Daewoo Espero (also known as Daewoo Aranos in some Spanish-speaking countries) is a mid-size car produced by the South Korean company Daewoo Motors from 1990 to 1997. It was technically based on the GM J platform and had the distinction of a body designed by Bertone. It bore more than a passing resemblance to the Citroen Xantia, itself also a Bertone design. The car was equipped with Holden-built GM Family 1 1.5 L engine, or the 1.8 or 2.0 L Family II engine. The Espero was replaced by the Daewoo Leganza in 1997.
UK imports began in January 1995 when it was one of two cars (the other being the Nexia) in the first British Daewoo range. It sold well in the UK, thanks to its competitive asking price, impressive equipment levels and the comprehensive aftersales package. The Espero was launched just months before the Vauxhall Cavalier MK3 (upon which it was based) was discontinued and the Vauxhall Vectra, the Cavalier's replacement, was introduced.
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1995 Daewoo Espero GLXi Review (r120656)


This 1995 Daewoo Espero originally belonged to my grandparents bought June 1995. They rarely used it, and we just borrowed this from them only about a couple of times before it was passed on to my dad in January 2000. This car took me to school almost everyday except for Wednesday, because of the number coding scheme, to the shopping mall, or other places in the Metro.
January 17, 2002 was the day the car had its last breath. The engine stalled in the middle of a busy avenue. From there we went to the house I think by taxi and got the other car. We contacted Daewoo, but said they can't do anything about it, and so we had it fixed the next day in the gas station, but on the way it was towed by a wrecker.
1995 Daewoo Espero GLXi Review (r120656)
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