2000 Daewoo Matiz SE 0.8 cc petrol
CV joints noisy at new. 2 weeks to get parts.
Water leaking into cabin from new from antenna.
New clutch needed at 130000 km cost $780.00.
Water pump leaking at 100000 km. 21 day delay while parts ordered from Korea.
Ignition switch failed at 145000 no part available. had to use another make of vehicle switch.
CV joints failed 2nd time. Genuine price $480.00 each, non genuine $120.00 each.
Rotor arm broken at 155000. 3 weeks delay ordered from Korea.
Petrol consumption good 15 k/p/l (42 m/p/g city driving.
Parts availability is terrible and very expensive.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 14th April, 2005
Interesting! So it's not just in the UK where parts are expensive and difficult to get hold of. My next car will most definitely not be a Daewoo or Chevrolet. The Matiz is just too expensive to maintain once it comes out of warranty.
What vehicle ignition switch did you use? This has gone on my car and there is still no part available without buying an entire lock set - which I really don't want to do.