Find Your Way In Luxury With The Nubira 1.8 CDX

Daewoo Nubira 1.8 CDX


  • Free leather and Satellite Navigation
  • Free home DVD player with every new car purchase

Daewoo is offering free leather and satellite navigation on its Nubira 1.8 CDX model up to 30 September 2004 allowing motorists to find their way to any destination in complete luxury. This great offer from Daewoo means that the Nubira CDX now provides even higher levels of comfort and refinement that you’d be lucky to find in a car twice the price.

At £11,995 on the road, the Nubira 1.8 CDX is already one of the best value four door saloons on the market. Styled by Italian star designer Pininfarina, the Nubira CDX is packed with a host of luxury features as standard including automatic climate control air-conditioning, front and side airbags, CD player, power windows all-round, rain-sensing windscreen wipers and even a cooled glove box compartment. And now with free leather and a state-of-the-art Blaupunkt E1 travel pilot satellite navigation system, the Nubira CDX has even greater specification levels to match the performance of its 1.8 litre 122Ps engine.

Plus with Daewoo’s Peace of Mind package, which includes 3-years’/60,000 miles free servicing, 3-years’/60,000 mile warranty and 3-years’ Total AA Roadside Assistance, the Nubira 1.8 CDX really offers the motorist luxury travel at unbeatable value.

So confident are Daewoo with their value added package, that they are also offering a free home DVD player to anyone who test drives a Daewoo before the end of August and goes on to purchase a new car - regardless of whether it’s a Daewoo or another manufacturer’s vehicle!

Published 3 August 2004 Melanie Carter

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