Problems common to the Daewoo Nubira include faulty handbrake cables, crankshaft position sensors and anti-roll bar links. The Daewoo Nubira was in production from 1997 to 2002, and at least four recalls were issued to address serious safety concerns, including a fuel filter leak and the potential for brake hose cracks.
When the handbrake cable develops too much wear and tear on the Daewoo Nubira, the handbrake might not hold the vehicle steady on a significant incline. This can be corrected by replacing the cable.
A recall on the crankshaft position sensors addressed the tendency for Nubira sensors to overheat. Without replacement, the vehicle might be disabled due to this issue.
Additionally, anti-roll bar links might not be stable in some models of the Nubira. This can create a rough ride when encountering speed bumps and potholes unless it is replaced.