Kia’s all-new Sorento large SUV is within weeks of being available in Australian showrooms, highlighting a raft of new technology in one of the industry’s most competitive segments. The Sorento generational change for the multi-award winning current model will present in four grades _GT-Line, Sport+, Sport and S _ in both diesel and petrol models. The diesel will be available first and will be followed by the petrol version within months.
In these testing Covid-19 times there are many reasons why you may find yourself time or opportunity-poor when shopping for anything from groceries to houses. To help meet those needs when it comes to replacing the family car, Kia Motors Australia has developed a simple yet comprehensive shopping tool that will allow you to select, build and order your new wheels without ever leaving the keyboard.
The benefits of Kia’s industry-leading 7-Year capped price servicing have just improved with the opportunity to be part of the Kia Kash promotion.
Kia ranked number one in the industry1 today by J.D. Power in the 2020 U.S. Initial Quality Study (IQS), with a reported 136 problems per 100 vehicles. And for the sixth consecutive year, Kia is the number one mass-market automotive brand. “An exceptional run,” said Dave Sargent, Vice President, Automotive Quality, J.D. Power.
Kia Motors Corporation has revealed first images of the new Kia Carnival, the fourth generation of the brand’s flagship peoplemover. Released in Korean specification, the new Kia Carnival – sold in many markets worldwide as the Kia Sedona – has been designed to appeal to progressive young families, with a leading combination of innovation, flexibility, and style.
With demand for EVs growing, Kia Motors Corporation, Hyundai Motor Company, and LG Chem are jointly sponsoring the “EV & Battery Challenge” (EVBC), a global competition to identify up to 10 EV and battery start-ups for potential investment and collaboration. New Energy Nexus, the international start-up support organisation, will manage and facilitate the competition.
Kia Motors Corporation and Hyundai Motor Company have today revealed new details of their innovative heat pump system, deployed in Kia and Hyundai’s global electric vehicle (EV) line-up to maximize their all-electric driving range in low temperatures.
Kia’s smallest warrior will benefit from distinctive styling changes on its premium models as well as some category first in new technology across the range. “These changes will benefit buyers of models across the range, bringing additional style, comfort and integrated technology to a car which already boasts safety and value as key considerations,” Mr Meredith said.
The new Kia Sorento is revealed for the first time today. Powerful, progressive and versatile, the fourth generation of Kia’s flagship SUV is designed and engineered to take on everything life throws at it. Raising standards in the midsize SUV class for space, efficiency and quality, it sits at the heart of Kia’s reinvigorated global SUV [...]