Daewoo Nubira II 1.8 136hp review
The Daewoo Nubira is a compact car which was produced by South Korean automaker Daewoo from 1997 to 2002 as a sedan, hatchback, and wagon.
The Nubira II (J150) was released for model year 2000. Over 90 improvements were made by Daewoo's Worthing Technical Centre in the United Kingdom, including an increase in passenger space and a decrease in noise, harshness and vibration (by adding a fourth engine mount and retuning the intake resonators for example). Offset crash performance was further improved in the second generation, as demonstrated by Australian ANCAP tests, though it fell well short of exemplary performance. The exterior was reworked, creating a more dynamic upright and swept look of the era, a design later seen reflected by the Lexus ES350 and 2004 Mitsubishi Diamante.
The Nubira was replaced in 2004 with the J200 Daewoo Lacetti Suzuki Forenza, under GMDAT management with a new Pininfarina-designed body offered as a sedan, station wagon, and Italdesign hatchback and sold in some European markets as the Chevrolet Nubira. More specs and user manual for Daewoo Nubira II you can see in next overview.
Daewoo Nubira II 1.8 136hp specifications
Year of release: 2001 - 2003
Body type: Sedan
Weight: 1155 kg.
Total weight: 1720 kg.
Engine and transmission
Displacement: 1796 cc
Power: 136 hp @ 5600 rpm
Maximum torque: 161 Nm @ 4400rpm
Nutrition Distributed injection
Location Front, transversally
Gas mechanism: DOHC
Number of cylinders: 4
Bore x stroke: 84.8 mm x 79.5 mm
4 valves per cylinder
Compression ratio 9.5
Chassis and dimensions
Length: 4495 mm
Width: 1700 mm
Height: 1425 mm
Wheelbase: 2570 mm
Track front/rear: 1464mm / 1454mm
Tire size 185/65 R14
Type of Gear-rack
Number of transfers (meсh. box) 5
Fuel tank capacity 62 liters.