Daewoo Espero CD 1995 Car Reviews NRMA Motoring & Services

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Daewoo Espero CD Car Review

NRMA Motoring Date: 9 1995

As the second Korean car to have a crack at the Australian Daewoo has enjoyed spectacular since its first model the 1.5i — was released in July 1994.

Value-for-money has one of the big attractions of the 1.5i (and its the Cielo) and that criterion carries over to the Espero, entry into the fiercely world of medium four cars.

Though it lacks the of its Australian, Japanese and European and disappoints on some other such as chassis dynamics and and harshness levels, the Espero a lot of car for the money.

Powered by a 2.0 litre four engine built in Melbourne by Engine Company, the Espero well, is roomy and comfortable, and has a stylish body designed by the Italian stylist, Bertone.

equipment levels are lavish by competitor’s standards. The list air conditioning, electric windows, locking, heated and electrically-adjustable four-speaker anti-theft radio CD player (but without player), power steering, fog front and rear, tilt adjustable front upper belt mounts and driver’s height adjustment. A combined package comprising ABS and a driver’s is optional at $2,050.

Choosing an Espero is easy, as only one model — the CD Of course, there’s always the of colours, plus the option of or automatic transmission. As at November the manual version cost and the auto, $27,500.

Detail isn’t one of the Espero’s strong The centre console was wobbly in the car, there was bare showing in the boot compartment, and the generally, doesn’t impart a of quality.

Space isn’t a in the Espero; the front will all but very tall drivers, rear leg room is quite The seats are reasonably soft and comfortable to sit on, but they lack support for cornering or for long at the wheel. The ride is relatively giving good comfort most conditions, but it’s at the of handling preciseness.

Though it lacks a fold-down seat, the Espero’s voluminous compartment should prove large enough for most requirements. It’s not that but it’s very long and A porthole (with cover) for storage of long items as skis.

Driving the Espero is a reasonably experience providing the conditions, or own requirements, aren’t too demanding.

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The 2.0 SOHC engine mightn’t be the in high-tech design, but it’s a slugger that will happily from low engine and provide more than performance for most conditions.

In driving, the Espero gets quietly enough, but give it acceleration and take it into the rev ranges and the engine becomes and noisy.

It’s a similar with handling. Treat the gently and it handles capably in an manner. But under duress, the isn’t up to the job of providing good control and the steering vagueness more apparent.

Better tyres and suspension by some of our very good talent could no doubt the Espero’s handling significantly.

The Daewoo Espero might the refinement of many of its competitors it comes to things like and harshness, chassis dynamics and finish, but it certainly has no trouble on value for money and equipment

So while the Espero won’t attract the more demanding of driver, it does have of appeal for buyers whose are focused more towards getting themselves into an new car that’s roomy, with performance, and with ample and convenience features.

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