The Daewoo Lacetti was also called the Suzuki Reno in the American market. The Suzuki Reno is a compact car that was manufactured and marketed by the South Korean company, Daewoo. The Suzuki Reno was also called the Suzuki Forenza, Holden Viva, Chevrolet SRV, Chevrolet Optra and Buick Excelle. The Suzuki Reno was introduced in 2002 and is a successful model that is even produced in 2009. The parts of the Suzuki Reno were assembled at the plant in Bupyong, South Korea; Bogota, Colombia and Rayong Thailand.
The Suzuki Reno was sold in different parts of the World and was available as a four door sedan. The Suzuki Reno is the name used for the car in parts of America and used the 2.0 Litre 4-cylinder E-TEC II engine that was made by Holden. The Suzuki Reno was available with the four speed automatic and the five speed manual transmission. The Suzuki Reno was available in four door sedan, five door hatchback and five door Wagon bodystyles. The Wheelbase of the Suzuki Reno is 102.4 inch. The 2008 Suzuki Reno ranks 35 out of 37 Affordable Small Cars