Daewoo Damas

Daewoo Damas 2010-2013

The Daewoo Damas was a pickup truck, the produced Daewoo Motors from 1991 to 2011 and GM Korea from 2011 to 2013 in South Korea and UzDaewoo in Uzbekistan from 1996 to 2013. In the series it was a badge -engineered model of the Suzuki Carry the ninth generation. The minibus and panel van versions were marketed as Daewoo Damas and the flatbed as Daewoo Labo. In some export markets, the Daewoo Damas was also offered as Daewoo Attivo. After the takeover of Daewoo by General Motors Daewoo models by the identical Chevrolet CMV ( van and van) and Chevrolet CMP produced now (Pickup) for some markets such as Central America and the Middle East. Previously, Suzuki had these models for GM produced at its subsidiary Maruti. GM Daewoo Vidamco from Vietnam mounted the Damas from 1996 for several years in CKD design for the domestic market.

Compared to the Hijet models, as they were originally built in Japan, the Damas and Labo had the Suzuki F8A -797 cc SOHC four-cylinder gasoline engine with an overhead camshaft, as well as in the export version of the Carry in Europe, the Suzuki Super Carry, was installed. A 5 -speed manual transmission transferred the force. In addition to a power steering system also has air conditioning was optional. The Damas was a 5 - or 7 -seater mini-bus or 2- seater van and pickup available. A high- roof version was available as an option.

The Damas - 2010 models received a facelift with a different front end and modified interior, but the engine remained the same. For South Korea, a LPG variant was then available from.

Daewoo Damas 1991-2010

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