Daewoo Kalos was available as a light, five-door hatchback or four-gateway vehicle. Created in Bupyeong, South Korea, the front-wheel drive Kalos was energized by a 1.5-liter ‘E-TEC II’ four-chamber petrol engine which had a single overhead camshaft, four valves for each barrel and a weight extent of 9.5:1. Transmission choices contained a five-rate manual or four-pace modified.
Styled by Giorgetto Giugiaro, the Kalos hatchback was 3880 mm long, 1670 mm wide, 1495 mm tall and had a 2480 mm long wheelbase; the Kalos, of course, was 355 mm longer (at 4235) however exchange estimations were unaltered. Plus, the Kalos had MacPherson strut front suspension and torsion bar back suspension.
Taking after the marque’s takeover by General Motors, the Kaleos was the association’s first model dispatched to the significant open. The front scarf highlighted unmistakable grille layout, dependent upon the business segment – Chevrolet Aveo in North America, Pontiac Wave in Canada or the European varieties. The auto is accumulated generally in Bupyong plant in South Korea.
Standard security equipment included twofold front airbags. Standard components joined a four speaker sound structure with CD player, circulating air through and cooling, 60/40 split and falling secondary lounges, power windows and immobilizer. From May 2004, central blasting and front cloudiness lights were fitted as standard. In October 2003, Limited Edition models were released; these models were fitted with ABS, 14-inch amalgam wheels, central darting and warmed power mirrors.
Daewoo Kalos 5-door 2004 Design Interior Exterior