Chevrolet Lacetti

Chevrolet Lacetti is a South Korean compact class car, produced by automaker GM Daewoo since 2002. The model was produced in station wagon and hatchback bodies. At the moment, only a sedan is produced at assembly plants in China and Uzbekistan. The car was also assembled in Russia until 2014, in Ukraine, Colombia, Thailand, Vietnam, Venezuela, India and South Korea. In the USA, the model was sold under the Suzuki Forenza and Suzuki Reno brands. The name of the car comes from the Latin word meaning “young/strong/energetic.”

Engine Chevrolet Z20S1

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.

Engine Chevrolet F18D3

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.

Engine Chevrolet F16D3

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.

Engine Chevrolet F14D3

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.

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