Chevrolet Lanos

Chevrolet Lanos is a lightweight front-wheel drive subcompact car in the sedan body of the South Korean Daewoo line. Manufactured in 2005. Until 2009, more than 170 thousand cars were manufactured from the assembly shop of the Ukrainian plant “ZAZ” for the Russian consumer. After 2009 and until 2013, the model was supplied under the Chance brand in sedan and hatchback body modifications. The car quickly gained popularity and by 2010 took the 18th place among the best-selling cars.

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 F15S3

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.

Engine Chevrolet F14D4

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.

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