The new sales and service operation for Daewoo cars in the United Kingdom claims owners can once again be assured of free supply of parts for all new and existing models in the range.

GM-Daewoo has invested in over £2.0 million worth of new stock at its Northampton warehouse and says that over 96% of customers’ day-to-day requirements are available on a next-day delivery basis.

“We were only too aware of the difficulty that customers faced in getting hold of parts for their Daewoos over the last few months,” GM Daewoo UK managing director Andy Carroll said.

“With a significant investment in UK stock and the quick turnaround of less popular parts from the European central parts warehouse at Breda in Holland, customers can be confident that parts can be with their retailer in double quick time.”

The announcement coincided with the arrival in the UK of the first 500 units of the new Kalos ‘supermini’ hatchback. The company said that fresh stocks of other models such as the Tacuma minivan had also been delivered from South Korea.