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  3. Daewoo Nubira Estate 1.8 (2006-2011) - Specifications

2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 Daewoo Nubira Estate 1.8

Spec Summary

Petrol EnginePetrol Engine

1.8L Inline 4

Top SpeedTop Speed

121 mph

0 - 62 mph Acceleration0 - 62 mph Acceleration

10.4 sec

Maximum BHPMaximum BHP

119 BHP

Fuel Economy (combined)Fuel Economy (combined)

38.2 mpg

Drivetrain Layout

Front - FWD

Kerb WeightkgKerb Weight

1355 kg

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Practicality RatingPracticality Rating3.5
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2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 Daewoo Nubira Estate 1.8

Performance Data
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Top Speed

121 mph194 Km/h

0-62 mph

10.4 sec

Fuel Economy

38.2 mpg

Fuel Range

504 Miles812 Km

Power-to-Weight

88 BHP/Tonne11.39 kg/BHP

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Size

1.8 Litre1796cc

Configuration

Inline 4

Peak Power

119 BHP121 ps

Peak Power @

5800 RPM

Specific Output

66 BHP/L

Peak Torque

169 NM125 lb/ft

Peak Torque @

3500 RPM

Valvetrain

DOHC

Valves/Cylinder

4

Compression Ratio

9.7:1

Bore x Stroke

80.5mm x 88.2mm

Fuel Injection

Multi-point

Position

Front Engine

Orientation

Transversal

Fuel Tank Size

60 Litres

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FWD Drivetrain
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Gearbox (MT)

5 Gears

Gearbox (AT)

4 Gears

Tyres

195/55R15 H

Front Suspension

MacPherson Strut

Rear Suspension

Multi-Link

Front Brakes

Vented Disc

Rear Brakes

Solid Disc

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General Details
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Doors

5

Seats

5

Cargo Space

400-1410 L

Kerb Weight

1355 kg

Gross Weight

1795 kg

Tow Capacity

1200 kg

Length

4562 mm

Width

1725 mm

Height

1449 mm

Wheelbase

2600 mm

Front Track

1480 mm

Rear Track

1480 mm

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