Customers buying a new Daewoo by November 15 and will have it replaced with an equivalent Chevrolet-badged model in six months. Fleet News revealed last month that the Daewoo brand is being scrapped by owners GM in favour of the Chevrolet name.
The offer means customers can own two new cars within six months and be among the first to drive a Chevrolet on an ’05 plate. Chevrolet will also restart the clock on the three years free servicing, warranty and AA cover.
The offer covers Daewoo Kalos, Nubira and Tacuma models, but excludes the Matiz and Nubira, and customers can also change their car’s colour or upgrade to a different model by paying the difference. The deal does not apply to fleets.
The UK Daewoo network will change to Chevrolet from January 1 and the existing model line-up will be re-badged, but existing Daewoo customers will still be able to use the Chevrolet network for servicing and aftersales.