Removable seats, decent equipment levels
Odd looks, no diesel version, unrefined on the move, dated interior
The Tacuma used to be badged as a Daewoo, but when Chevrolet took over from the Korean brand in 2005, the unusually styled people carrier was reinvented as a Chevrolet. The model has actually been around since 2000, which may explain why it looks dated - both inside and out. It is reasonably roomy and comes with individual folding rear seats but there's little else to recommend the Tacuma.
Dull to drive, the gearchange is woefully vague, there's no diesel engine and the petrol models aren't very economical. The cheap and bland interior simply add to the budget feel.