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Daewoo Tico/Hafei Songhuajiang (HFJ6330)/Anhui Anchi (MC6330). 1991–2004 (prod. n/a). 5-door sedan. F/F, 796 cm³ (I3 OHC). Remake of Suzuki Alto (CL11), under licence by Daewoo. Built in Poland at FSO and Uzbekistan at UzDaewoo from 1996, and Romania at Rodae from 1998, till European sales ended in 2001. Chinese production from 1998 at Hafei as the Songhuajiang or Baili, till 2004; while the Anhui Anchi MC6330, which predated the Hafei, was built till 2003. Egyptian models built at Speranza from 1998 to 2003. Economical, but dynamically poor and prone to rust. Plans to build the Tico as the Pride mini-car in China after 2007 did not eventuate.


Manufacturing locations: Changwon, Korea; Warszawa, Poland; Asaka, Uzbekistan; Craiova, Romania; Egypt; Harbin, Heilongjiang, China; Anhui, China

Marque: Daewoo | Predecessor: Oltena (1994–6) | Successor: Daewoo Matiz (M100)





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