It even offered a 3-year warranty. Later in , Daewoo decided to make a number of changes to the tiny Matiz, such as redesigning the headlamps, reworking ABS, adding a stainless steel exhaust as well as revising the mounting points of the engine to achieve a quieter car. All rights reserved. Pick brand. The Korean car was the tiniest in the small car segment, however, it was still in a 5-door shape.
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Daewoo Matiz ( - ) used car review | Car review | RAC Drive
If you found an error in these specifications. I am very pleased with it and it is very economical on fuel, which lasts a long time and is cheap to fill up. Review Date: 14th February, Great cars Good on fuel - reliable as a Swiss watch - commodious - fun to drive - the only downside is the old dirty technology by comparison to modern competitors, so it's disproportionately expensive to tax, but the fact that it owes us nothing more than makes up for it.
We only paid £4k for it, and when it's washed it still looks like a £4k car - brilliant!! The upper rubber seal of the front right door ripped after a few months.
Replaced under warranty, and again started to rupture after the warranty ended. Spark plugs and cables replaced at around After 5 years since being built, corrosion began to creep inside the lower side of the doors, on the rear wheel arches and in the boot; the car lacks suitable rust protection, and the metal is very thin, would puncture easily if rust is not dealt with soon. Mechanically it works very well, extremely reliable, low fuel consumption.
The engine always starts, even at the lowest temperatures, and it will take lower quality fuel without a hiccup. The plastic inside is very rough and scratches easily, seats have mediocre ergonomics but still better than a C1, Aygo and the likes. Inside it has a lot of headroom, even the tallest people can fit, and generally it has more room than other small cars.
In the city, the handling is brilliant. The small 3 piston engine revs, roars and accelerates like a much larger one. However if it's fully loaded, performance decreases dramatically. The car is good for people plus a bag of groceries. Being the economic model, it is "naked": no airbags, no ABS.
The interior is spartan - no radio, no clock, nothing. But at euros when new, it was a bargain, and works very well in its role: in the city, with light loads. Review Date: 23rd September, Looks like I got ahead of myself praising its reliability.