The 1.25-liter Chevrolet B12D2 or LL0 engine has been produced at the concern’s factory since 2012 and is installed on the third generation of the popular Spark model and the similar Ravon R2. The unit differs from its predecessor by the presence of hydraulic compensators and DCVCP phase regulators.
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The name of most of the company’s engines consists of a couple of numbers and several Latin letters before and after them:
- The first letter is the name of the series: B – up to 1.4 liters, F – from 1.4 to 2.0 liters, X – over 2.0 liters;
- The second and third digits indicate the exact engine displacement multiplied by 10;
- The fourth letter indicates the type of cylinder head: S – SOHC (8-valve) and D – DOHC (16-valve);
- The fifth letter shows the generation of the power unit from 0 to 4, and 0 is not written
The 2.2-liter Chevrolet Z22D1 or LNQ diesel engine has been assembled by the concern since 2010 and is installed only on the Captiva crossover or its clones Opel Antara and Daewoo Winstorm. This power unit is offered in two versions: A22DM for 163 hp, A22DMH for 184 hp.
The 2.0-liter Chevrolet Z20D1 or LNP diesel engine was produced from 2010 to 2015 and was installed on many popular concern models, such as the Cruze, Orlando and Malibu. There was a modification of this power unit derated to 131 hp and 315 Nm.
The 2.0-liter Chevrolet Z20S1 or Z20DM or LMN engine was produced from 2006 to 2011 and was installed on such popular concern models as the Lacetti or Captiva. This diesel engine was developed by the Italian company VM Motori and has its own index RA 420 SOHC 16V.
The 2.0-liter Chevrolet Z20S or Z20DMH or LLW engine was produced from 2006 to 2011 and was installed on many popular models of the company, such as Captiva, Epica or Cruze. This power unit is essentially a VM Motori RA 420 SOHC 16V diesel engine.
The 2.5-liter Chevrolet X25D1 or LF4 engine was produced from 2000 to 2014 at a Korean plant and was installed on relatively large concern models such as Epica and Evanda. The XK-6 range of 6-cylinder units was developed jointly by Daewoo and Porsche.
The 2.0-liter Chevrolet X20D1 or LF3 engine was produced from 2006 to 2014 in Korea and was installed on a number of large models of the concern, but is best known for Epica sedans. This 6-cylinder unit was developed by Daewoo with the participation of Porsche engineers.
The 1.8-liter Chevrolet F18D4 or 2H0 engine was produced by the company from 2008 to 2016 and was installed only on the rather popular Cruze model. The power unit is inherently no different from the well-known Opel Z18XER engine.
The 1.8-liter Chevrolet F18D3 or LDA engine appeared in 2006 and replaced the T18SED. This motor is not related to the F14D3 and F16D3, but is essentially a copy of the Opel Z18XE. This power plant is known on the market only for Lacetti models.
The 1.6-liter Chevrolet F16D4 or LDE engine was assembled in South Korea from 2008 to 2020 and put on the two most popular models of the Asian division of the concern: Aveo and Cruze. This power unit is almost a complete analogue of the famous Opel Z16XER engine.
The 1.6-liter Chevrolet F16D3 or LXT engine was assembled in South Korea from 2004 to 2013 and installed on a number of mass models of the concern, such as Aveo, Lacetti and Cruze. This power unit was essentially an upgraded version of the Daewoo A16DMS engine.
The 1.5-liter Chevrolet F15S3 engine was assembled at the concern’s enterprises from 2002 to 2011 and installed on such popular models of the Korean division of GM as Aveo and Lanos. This unit is essentially a Daewoo A15SMS engine under the hood of Chevrolet cars.
The F14D4 engine was put into production in 2008. In fact, it was a modernized version of the F14D3 engine, which did not save him from having technical problems. Typical for the predecessor problems in the new engine were successfully eliminated.
The 1.4-liter Chevrolet F14D3 or L95 engine was produced in South Korea from 2002 to 2008 and was installed on the most popular models of the GM Korea division, such as Aveo and Lacetti. This power unit shares a number of common parts with the well-known Opel Z14XE.
The 1.5-liter Chevrolet B15D2 or L2C engine has been produced at the Korean plant since 2012 and is installed on a number of budget models of the company, such as Cobalt and Spin. He is also known to many car owners for the Daewoo Gentra sedan.
The 1.2-liter Chevrolet B12D1 or LMU engine was produced by the company from 2007 to 2015 and was installed on the group’s most popular budget models, such as Aveo and Spark. A gas modification of the engine was proposed, as well as an LMH version with a reduced compression ratio.
The 1.2-liter Chevrolet B12S1 or LY4 engine was produced in South Korea from 2002 to 2011 and was installed on many popular budget models of the concern, such as Aveo and Kalos. This power unit in a number of sources appears under a completely different index F12S3.
The 1.0-liter Chevrolet B10D1 or LMT engine has been produced by the Korean branch of GM since 2009 and installs this engine in its most compact models, such as the Spark or Matiz. This power unit has a modification that runs on liquefied gas in a number of markets.
The 1.0-liter Chevrolet B10S1 or LA2 engine was produced from 2002 to 2009 in South Korea and was installed on the smallest models of the company, such as Spark or Matiz. The version of the power unit before 2004 is seriously different and is often referred to simply as the B10S.