Daewoo Maepsy

The Daewoo Mapesy was a compact car manufactured by Daewoo in South Korea from the 1973 to 1986. Originally sold as the Saehan Gemini (Saehan Bird in export markets), the car later became the Saehan Maepsy, by 1983 the Daewoo Maepsy, and finally as the Daewoo Maepsy-Na. A pickup truck version was also offered initially as the Saehan Max and later as the Daewoo Max from 1982 to 1988. The Maepsy was a badge engineered version of the Opel Kadett, and after 1986 was replaced by the Daewoo LeMans. ... from Wikipedia

Manufactured by GM Daewoo

Class & Body style

  • Pickup truck

Production period

  • 1973–1986

Videos

Daewoo Maepsy 1982 commercial
Daewoo Maepsy 1982 commercial
Daewoo Maepsy Hidlx 1985 Commercial
Daewoo Maepsy Hidlx 1985 Commercial
Daewoo Maepsy-na XQ 1984 Commercial
Daewoo Maepsy-na XQ 1984 Commercial
Daewoo Maepsy-na XQ 1984 Commercial
Daewoo Maepsy-na XQ 1984 Commercial
Daewoo Maepsy hidlx 1985 Commercial 2
Daewoo Maepsy hidlx 1985 Commercial 2
Saehan (Daewoo) Gemini 1977 commercial
Saehan (Daewoo) Gemini 1977 commercial

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1982 Daewoo Maepsy-Na specifications:  The 1982 Daewoo Maepsy-Na and 50 000 other cars made since 1900. Specifications. Pictures. Ratings. Discussions. read more
1m1f video - Daewoo videos:  Daewoo Maepsy 1982 commercial. Daewoo Maepsy 1982 commercial The Kadett C appeared in 1973, ... Tags: Daewoo Lanos 1998 frontal pole side impact crash test dummy euro ncap car ... read more
Daewoo Maepsy-Na, 1983, presentation.:  The 1983 Daewoo Maepsy-Na and 50 000 other cars made since 1900. Specifications. Pictures. Ratings. Discussions. read more

Image Gallery

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Daewoo Maepsy - Autocade
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Saehan Maepsy - Autocade
IMCDb.org: 1985 Daewoo Maepsy-Na Hidlx in "Salinui chueok, 2003"
1985 Daewoo Maepsy-Na car technical specifications - automobile ...

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