Before General Motors ploughed countless millions of dollars in, Daewoo was a company producing some modest but effective tackle. When the budget went up, so did the expectation. The Lacetti was the first new car produced by Daewoo under the stewardship of General Motors but it arrived too late to save the ailing Korean marque. GM rebadged the Lacetti as a Chevrolet and, in so doing, gave it a second chance at success. The Station Wagon (American for estate) version we take a look at here was a constituent part of the quiet success story the Lacetti has become and used examples are now around in reasonable quantities. Here's what to look for.