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Like most motor groups that form just one part of a multi-industry conglomerate, Daewoo is a brand that's changed hands more times than we've had hot dinners. Bought out by General Motors, the brand now goes under the Chevrolet name in the UK.

Daewoo started out as National Motor in South Korea way back in 1937. It became Saenara Motors in 1962, had changed ownership a couple of times by the 70s, as well as establishing collaborations with the likes of Toyota and General Motors. The Daewoo Group took over in 1982 and Daewoo Motors was born.

With Daewoo's multinational strength, by the 90s, Daewoo Motors had started expanding rapidly around the globe. Bursting onto the British motor scene in a flurry of telly adverts and billboards, "the biggest car company you've never heard of" was soon a hit with motorists. Daewoos set about transforming the car sales market, ditching pushy salesmen on commission in favour of salaried sales people, free tea and coffee, no-hassle trade-ins and excellent post-sales customer service.

Daewoo's aim was to take 1% of the UK car market - something it achieved in its first month. Competing with the likes of established names like Mazda, initially Daewoo churned out Vauxhall-a-likes and re-badged GM models, until 1997 when it launched a slew of highly successful Daewoo originals - the Lanos, Leganza, and the hugely popular Matiz hatchback.

Disaster struck the Daewoo Group as a whole following the Asian Financial Crisis of 1997. The result for Daewoo Motors was the chance to snap up jeep specialists SsangYong, only to falter into bankruptcy a few years on. Bought out by General Motors in 2001, it now operates as South Korea's second largest car manufacturer, under the name GM Korea. While you can still find plenty of second hand Daewoos for sale in the UK, thanks to their popularity over the past couple of decades, you won't find any for sale new. Daewoo models now go under the Chevrolet brand name in the UK.

Gumtree's Top Daewoo Models

DAEWOO MATIZ

The cheap and cheerful Daewoo Matiz arrived on the scene in 1998, with updates in 2001 and 2005. A cheeky little hatchback that offered drivers a fun city runaround packed with equipment, it did a roaring trade in the UK. The 2005 model featured the biggest changes, notably the now centre-mounted instrument cluster. No frills in the engine department, Daewoo kept things simple with a choice of two cost-effective petrol engines throughout the range, the 1.0-litre or 0.8-litre, which delivers up to 56mpg.

DAEWOO LANOS

The Lanos was launched in 1996, one of brand's new-look range of Daewoo originals. No longer just Vauxhall copies of GM cast-offs, these had been specifically designed for the British market. The Lanos was available in three body types - five-door sedan, three-door hatchback and five-door hatchback. Again, there's no diesel option, but the engines available, spanning 1.3 to 1.6-litre, are all solidly reliable, with the 1.4 SX hatchback garnering positive reviews for its smooth driving capabilities.

DAEWOO LEGANZA

The Giorgetto Giugiaro-designed Leganza hit British showrooms in 1997, a lovely saloon car aimed at stealing buyers away from their Mazdas. Spaciousness and value-for-money are the plus points, but the car's handling isn't quite as refined as its Mazda rivals. All models are well equipped, and the 2.0-litre version is quick as well as economical. All-in-all it's a great, affordable family car, with plenty of room in the back.

DAEWOO TACUMA MPV

This Daewoo MPV beats its rivals Renaoult and Citroen hands-down in the price stakes. A mid-size MPV, it's no frills, which means it offered great value-for-money new, and is even more of a bargain used. It's an MPV, but does only feature five seats, which might not be enough for some. Also, there's no diesel option (noticing a non-diesel Daewoo pattern here?). Opt for the 2.0-litre engine to delver the power you really need, and for added seating flexibility avoid the entry-level versions as these don't have removable back seats.

DAEWOO KALOS

The Kalos is a roomy hatchback, with plenty of space to fit four adults comfortably. It may not be the most refined drive in its category, but it is very comfortable, very quiet, and offers real second hand value for money for those looking for something cheap to get them from A to B in the city. Steering is quite light, and of all the engine options the 1.4 16v SX is the one that's earned the best reviews.

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