KIA – KIA Motors Guide


Hyundai KIA Automotive established Korean Automobile Brand named Kia in 1944 that is second largest manufacturer of Korea.  Hyundai KIA Automotive has been in United States for some time and Kia America Motors is their American base.  They established their first U.S.A vehicle manufacturing plant in Georgia previous year with the budget of approximately one billion dollars and have made themselves popular in American market share for automobiles.

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Profits and Sales:

Basically, Kia is South Korea’s oldest car manufacturing corporation since 1944 when they worked on manufacturing bicycle frames and in 1952 they started on to produce motorcycles, cars and trucks. In 1986, they began to work with Ford and raise their profits and sales by Asian Car Manufacturing boom which made them able for several smart savings before 1990s.

Kia cars in United States:

Although in United States when they sold their Kia cars they had some economic crisis.

On the other hand, in the mean while they began to work in each region but in 1997 Kia motors had stated Bankruptcy. At that time Asian market acquired success over them and their fame and sales moved down rapidly. After that Hyundai got hold of Kia who was really capable to outbid Ford for their trademark name and company assets. These days, Kia has its vehicle in numerous places with some partners.

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Kia Motors:

There is Kia Motors Europe which has to produce its services in European branch of the company, and also the Kia Dewan Motors which provides its services to Pakistan, the Doongpung Ywieda Kia, Kia Motors America which provides its vehicles in United States Canada, Asia Motors and Kia Motors Slovakia which worked for Slovakia.

Recently, Kia is manufacturing thousands of vehicles some for their own and some to re brand for other companies as well.

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