The Daewoo Leganza is a mid-size sedan that also used the name as Doninvest Kondor. The Daewoo Leganza was produced and marketed by the South Korean company, Daewoo Motors. The Daewoo Leganza was introduced in 1997 and was in production for five years till 2002. The Daewoo Leganza was built at Bupyong, South Korea. The Daewoo Leganza was available only in the four door Sedan body style. The Daewoo Leganza used the FF layout and was used by Daewoo to replace the Daewoo Prince.
The Leganza is a result of Daewoo's effort to develop a lineup of proprietary vehicles. The Daewoo Leganza used the 2.0 Litre I4 E-TEC II engine and the 2.2 Litre I4 E-TEC II engine. The Leganza was available with Maual and Automatic transmission. It used the five speed manual transmission as standard and the four speed automatic transmission was used as optional in many parts. The production of