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Kia Only Non-Premium Brand to Earn Three Segment Wins in this Year’s J.D Power Study

Kia Motors has earned three J.D. Power Automotive Performance, Execution and Layout (APEAL) awards with the Kia Niro, Kia Soul, and Kia Cadenza, all garnering awards in their respective segments. Kia is the only non-premium brand to register wins in three segments (in a three-way tie with two premium brands), earning accolades in the Small SUV segment (Niro), Compact Multi-Purpose …

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KIA Tops J.D. Power Quality Rankings

Kia took the top spot in J.D. Power’s annual report card on vehicle quality for a second consecutive year, as industry ratings reached a new record and domestic brands maintained their edge over foreign rivals. Kia, with 72 problems reported per 100 vehicles, was able to retain its No. 1 position despite a shake-up in the 2017 U.S. Initial Quality …

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What Everyone’s Saying About the New Kia Niro

The Kia Niro is more than a regular car, it’s a hybrid crossover. The new 2017 Kia Niro has got everyone’s attention. Find out why below. “A big part of the driving feel is due to the efficiency and shift speed of the twin-clutch transmission. Goose the gas and the Niro canters off the line with spirit and it holds …

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6 of the Best Things About the New Kia Stinger

With the highly anticipated Kia Stinger is set to debut at the Toronto Auto this year, there isn’t too much about the car that has been released yet. Here is what we know so far. The former head of BMW’s M division assisted in the Stinger’s engineering. BMW M’s former VP of engineering has had a big say in the …

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2017 KIA Forte Sporty in Style.

The new 2017 KIA Forte a slam dunk for KIA. Overview The KIA Forte has always been regarded as an advanced vehicle in terms of technology and comfort, and the 2017 model adds stunning design to its every growing resume. Featuring a new spirited 2.0-litre engine, Android Auto and Smartphone integration, and an Active Safety Package that keeps you and …

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New 2017 KIA Rio Revealed

Kia has revealed its fourth-generation Rio ahead of the car’s official debut at the Paris Motor Show in a few weeks. Although it’s slightly bigger than the old model, the new Kia Rio looks more refined with its squarer body. The hatch receives a flat face with a squared-off grille, similar to the one we’ve seen in earlier renderings. Ditching …

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New KIA Rio To Debut At Paris Auto Show

Kia will debut its fourth-generation Rio subcompact at the Paris auto show next month, the automaker announced today. Renderings of the hatchback hint at a striking new design. Not only do they show off a Kia Rio with a low and planted stance and a longer wheelbase, but they also preview narrower headlights and a squarer lower grille. A raked …

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KIA Sets the Standard for Quality

Having transformed into an industry leader in design, quality and technology, Kia Motors reached historic new heights today when J.D. Power recognized the brand as the highest scoring nameplate in its 2016 Initial Quality Study (IQS) out of all 33 makes in the U.S.  Marking the first time in 27 years that a non-premium brand has topped the rankings, Kia’s …

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2017 KIA Cadenza Overview

The all-new 2017 Cadenza arrives to market with higher levels of luxury, technology and convenience than its predecessor, and it comes wrapped in a beautiful, bold design inspired by the simplicity of the straight line.  The second-generation Cadenza boasts a stronger body structure and powertrain enhancements along with a more engaging driving experience than before. “The new Cadenza adds an …

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Putting Customers First Earns KIA Four Awards

Kia Motors has earned its most-ever J.D. Power Automotive Performance, Execution and Layout (APEAL) awards with the Optima, Sorento, Sedona and Soul, all garnering awards in their respective segments.  The quadruple award win has moved Kia to third in the industry among Non-Premium Nameplates, according to J.D. Power, propelling the brand up from seventh place in 2015.  The announcement follows …