Daewoo Car Service

Servicing information for Daewoo Petrol and Daewoo Diesel vehicles


Popular Daewoo Models

Daewoo Kalos

Daewoo Lacetti

Daewoo Lanos

To get a Daewoo service schedule for one of the models below click here.

Daewoo Service Schedule Models













Available guides for Daewoo cars

Logbook Service

Logbook Service Guide

Service Cost

Service Cost Guide

Cost Comparison

Cost Comparison Guide

Tyre Size

Tyre Size Guide

Daewoo Service Intervals

When do I need to get a logbook service for my Daewoo vehicle?

It is important to keep your Daewoo car servicing up to date for your safety, your passengers and others on the road. It will also mean your car is running at optimal performance and gives you the best chance of fixing a small problem before it becomes a bigger and more expensive repair.

Get a Daewoo Logbook Service Guide, for an easy to read maintenance schedule. It will be saved in your online account so you will never lose it – just view online or print out the PDF when you need it.

The Daewoo Logbook Service Guide (including task breakdowns) will cover all the service intervals for your selected model. Service intervals may vary across different Daewoo models but these are two schedules you may find:

Service Interval Schedule 1:

10,000km (6 months)
20,000km (12 months)
30,000km (18 months)
40,000km (24 months)
50,000km (30 months)

60,000km (36 months)
70,000km (42 months)
80,000km (48 months)
90,000km (54 months)
100,000km (60 months)

110,000km (66 months)
120,000km (72 months)
130,000km (78 months)
140,000km (84 months)
150,000km (90 months)

160,000km (96 months)
170,000km (102 months)
180,000km (108 months)
190,000km (114 months)
200,000km (120 months)

Service Interval Schedule 2:

15,000km (12 months)
30,000km (24 months)
45,000km (36 months)
60,000km (48 months)

75,000km (60 months)
90,000km (72 months)
105,000km (84 months)
120,000km (96 months)

135,000km (108 months)
150,000km (120 months)
165,000km (132 months)
180,000km (144 months)

195,000km (156 months)
210,000km (168 months)

Daewoo Car Servicing by the Best Mechanics

Keep your Daewoo car servicing up to date to stay safe on the roads.

Get a Daewoo Service Cost Guide for a free car service price estimate. This can be for a range of Daewoo vehicles including popular models such as the Daewoo Kalos, Daewoo Lacetti and Daewoo Lanos. You can find out when the next logbook service is due and budget for maintenance costs.

Get UNLIMITED cost estimates for all service intervals for your Daewoo with a Cost Guide Calculator. Compare the car maintenance cost for 1 or over a range of service intervals and across multiple car makes and models, including any of our Daewoo models above saved in your account. The Daewoo Cost Guide Calculator is exclusive to Service My Car!

For an in depth car maintenance schedule, get a Daewoo Logbook Service Guide. It includes task breakdowns for every car service interval. This vehicle maintenance log book tells you when and what items need attention. You can download your Daewoo vehicle maintenance schedule as a PDF or log in and view it from your Service My Car account.

On Service My Car you can request a car service quote or car repair quote directly from one of our Daewoo mechanics or Daewoo mobile mechanics.

Daewoo Fast Facts

Daewoo is a South Korean car manufacturer that was founded in 1937. However, Daewoo cars are no longer sold in Australia. Daewoo cars were sold in Australia from 1994 to 2004, before the brand was rebranded as Holden. In 2005, General Motors acquired Daewoo Motors and renamed it GM Daewoo. Later, GM Daewoo was rebranded as GM Korea.

  1. Daewoo cars were first introduced to the Australian market in 1994.

  2. Daewoo was a South Korean car manufacturer that was known for producing affordable and reliable vehicles.

  3. Daewoo's most popular models in Australia were the Lanos, Nubira, and Leganza.

  4. Daewoo cars were sold in Australia until 2004 when the brand was rebranded as Holden.

  5. In 2005, General Motors acquired Daewoo Motors and renamed it GM Daewoo.

  6. Later, GM Daewoo was rebranded as GM Korea.

  7. Daewoo cars were popular in other parts of the world as well, with the Matiz being one of its best-selling models globally.

  8. In the early 2000s, Daewoo experienced financial difficulties and was eventually taken over by the South Korean government.

  9. After its rebranding as Holden in Australia, some Daewoo models were sold under the Holden badge, such as the Barina (which was a rebadged Daewoo Kalos).

  10. Daewoo's legacy lives on through GM Korea, which continues to produce vehicles for global markets.

    Disclaimer: Always seek advice from a qualified mechanic.

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