New Daewoo Cars
Discontinued Daewoo models
It was February 14, 2002 at the Canadian International Auto Show in Toronto. Daewoo, the feisty Korean upstart was making waves with the introduction of its all-new 2003 Leganza sedan. Luxury at an affordable price was the promise. According to a company spokesman the Italian designed body was "distinguished and muscular". A 2.2-L inline-6-cylinder would be the top engine choice, expected to rival both Honda and Toyota in performance and refinement.
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