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Approved scheme boosts Daewoo confidence

GM DAEWOO has launched an approved used car scheme, designed to provide greater benefits on second-hand vehicles and improve residual values.

A full vehicle history will be supplied with each vehicle alongside a 30-day exchange policy. Daewoo will also carry out stringent checks to ensure the safety of each car.

Ian Hull, fleet manager at GM Daewoo, said: 'There is a shortage of good quality used Daewoo cars on the market at the moment. As the used car market builds we are positioned to offer our customers the best possible package.'

A warranty scheme provided by Car Care Plan is also available on the vehicles which are being marketed in conjunction with the Daewoo retail network. Daewoo approved used cars will include vehicle condition and safety check, minimum 12 month approved warranty, six months' road fund licence, full service if due within six months or 6,000 miles and 12 months AA cover.

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