Kia Motors 2010 Sales Report – Best Year Ever In USA

Thanks to quality products, reasonable pricing, and monster warranty for all products, Kia Motors enjoyed all-time best full-year sale in 2010, exceeding annual sales of 350,000 vehicles for first time in company history.

Kia reported all-time record sales in 2010 of 356,268 units, up 18.7-percent over 2009 and a 16.6-percent increase over the annual mark set in 2007.

KMA’s sales were led throughout 2010 by the U.S.-built1 2011 Sorento, the brand’s best-selling vehicle each month and the first Kia nameplate to eclipse 100,000 units in the U.S. in one year. Kia Motors’ design-led transformation has delivered a stable of new and recently introduced products – Soul, Forte, Forte Koup, Sorento, Sportage and the all-new Optima – that accounted for 86.3 percent of the December sales volume.


Kia’s model year 2011 vehicle line includes the Sorento CUV and Sportage CUV, the all-new Optima midsize sedan, Soul urban passenger vehicle, Forte compact sedan, Forte 5-door compact hatchback, Forte Koup two-door coupe, Rio sub-compact sedan, Rio5 sub-compact hatchback and Sedona minivan. So they can expect another great year in sales!

“Kia has experienced unprecedented growth in the U.S., including a 48-percent market share increase since 2008 to our current position of more than 3-percent, and our rapid expansion is a direct result of our commitment to delivering vehicles with world-class design that embody our core principles of quality, safety, technology and value,” said Byung Mo Ahn, group president and CEO of KMA and Kia Motors Manufacturing Georgia (KMMG). “Kia has invested heavily in the U.S., including our first North American manufacturing facility in West Point, Georgia, and with our first turbocharged and hybrid vehicles set to arrive in showrooms early this year we expect to continue our momentum and growth.”

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