Though Daewoo sold its automobile division to General Motors in 2001, it's rebadged vehicles live on as Opel, Chevrolet, Holden, Buick and Holden cars. These sweeping changes have made it difficult for loyal Leganza, Nubira and Lanos owners to find Daewoo parts. Fortunately, CPD offers a wide variety of replacement car and truck components, which are normally in-stock and available at terrific prices. Simply call or visit the CPD web site and enter the year, make and model to see all of the auto parts we have available. With the huge car parts inventory and terrific prices at CPD, maintaining your trusty car is no longer a challenge!
History of Daewoo
Daewoo is a South Korean manufacturing conglomerate ("chaebol" in Korean), which before the Asian financial crisis was the second largest chaebol in Korea. Founded in 1967 by Kim Woo-Jung with $18,000 and an Economics Degree from Yonsei University in Seoul, the company has held businesses in textiles and clothing, metalworking machinery, aerospace and military equipment, semiconductors, consumer electronics, ship building, airplanes and helicopters, and automobiles such as the Leganza, Nubira and Lanos.
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