2000 Daewoo Leganza SE 2.2 litre from North America
A comfortable, sporty, affordable magic carpet
The only things that went wrong with the car were my fault. In a rainstorm, I ran up on a curb and bent one of my rims. I had to get the rim replaced. Other than this, I haven't replaced a single thing on the car. I do plan on replacing the windshield wipers soon.
For a 4 cylinder engine, this car feels like some V6 engines.
The car is extremely comfortable and handles very well on the highway.
I get the best gas mileage of any car I've ever driven.
The standard equipment on the SE model includes so many amenities that are usually costly options on other vehicles.
There is enough room in the back seat for tall people, and four very large adults can sit in the car comfortably.
The price and free maintenance received with the warranty is very good. I have received very good service from people who know everything about the car.
Daewoo is now a General Motors company, but even before being purchased by GM, the car was designed and made with some GM parts so that if anything goes wrong, the parts are readily available.
The European styling is awesome. As a matter of fact, I read that the exterior was originally designed for a small Jaguar. How about that for refinement?
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 8th February, 2002
29th Aug 2001, 10:39
You're using the wrong type of gas... causing the egg smell. (87 octane, or whatever - use the correct one!)
Doing this will create the same effect in most cars.
This may also explain your 'poor' gas milage and other gas related problem.