Kia Motors (UK) Limited is up-grading and extending its service plans for owners. Since 16 April 2018 the newly launched ‘Kia Care’ service plans – replacing the Care-3 service plans launched seven years ago – have been available across all of its dealerships. Re-named ‘Kia Care’ they have been developed to provide customers with a wide range of service plan options for any Kia model within the first seven years of the vehicles life – matching its industry-leading seven-year warranty.
Kia Motors has manufactured its three millionth car in Europe since production began in Žilina, Slovakia in 2006. The three millionth car to roll off the production line is a Kia cee’d. The car is a fusion white five-door hatchback in ‘GT-Line’ specification, built for a customer in Iceland. It is fitted with a 1.0-litre T-GDi (Turbo Gasoline-Direct injection) engine.
The third-generation Ceed and Ceed Sportswagon took centre stage at the Kia stand at the Geneva Motor Show this year. The models will go on sale later this year in five-door hatchback and Sportswagon guise and Kia is confident they will increase the Korean company’s presence in the European C-segment with innovative new technologies, a mature and athletic design, and a more engaging drive.
Kia Motors Europe has introduced a range of design enhancements and new engines for the new Kia Optima
Kia Motors has revealed the all-new Ceed ahead of its world debut at the 2018 Geneva International Motor Show
The all-new Kia Ceed will make its public debut at the 2018 Geneva International Motor Show. The Ceed five-door hatchback is due to be unveiled in Geneva alongside a second member of the Ceed family
Kia Motors (UK) Ltd is starting the year with an extensive range of offers across its model line-up, from finance deals across many models through to free home charging points and installation for its EV and PHEV models
Kia Motors will unveil a new all-electric concept car and present the brand’s vision for future mobility at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas
Last year’s winner can hold its head high, smashing sales targets for Kia and still being one of the best medium SUVs money can buy.