Used and Repossessed Kia For Sale Philippines
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If you said you own a Kia back in the '90s, people would raise some eyebrows for your car of choice. Besides, South Korean cars didn't have the best of reputations at the time. However, Kia has reached new heights in a quick span of time. These days, they make some of the most stylish quality cars on the road, all while keeping to their roots by offering excellent value for money.
Kia in the Philippines
Kia has had many distributors in the Philippines over the years. One of the earliest Kia models that were sold here were the Besta, Pregio, and the Pride. But Kia saw a rapid expansion here in thr late '90s to mid-'00s. There was the Sportage, that followed a few years after the initial models were launched, followed by more upmarket models such as the Carnival and Sorento.
From that point onwards, we saw Kia ramp up its design and engineering department to the models we see in showrooms today. These days, Kia Philippines has among the widest selection of vehicles available today.
What are the Kia models sold in the Philippines?
The Pride is long gone, but its spiritual successor, the Picanto, continues that heritage by being the most affordable Kia model in the country. But for those looking for the modern-day Pride sedan equivalent, there's the value-packed Soluto. Serving as the more premium subcompact hatchback in the line-up is the Rio. Last but not least is the Forte, one of the compact sedan class' most underrated cars
Let's move on to the more practical vehicles Kia Philippines has to offer. First up is their smallest and least expensive crossover, the Stonic. A few inches larger but still within the same size class, the Seltos offers an interesting value proposition. The Sportage is still hanging around after all these years, while the Sorento continues to be the flagship SUV for Kia in the Philippines. There's the equally plush Grand Carnival for those looking for a premium MPV. At the other end of the spectrum, the Karga and Kargo K2500 series trucks are all about no-frills utility.
Kia Philippines even offers two sporty models in the country. Their entry in the sport compact sedan category is the Forte GT, another highly-underrated car. But for those who want a luxury grand tourer with room for five and a sleek design, look no further than the swoopy Stinger.
What are the popular Kia models in the Philippines?
Automart.PH Says: “Even though it's not the top of mind answer in the subcompact hatchback class, the Picanto is definitely worth another look. This little Kia is proof that budget subcompact hatchbacks don't have to feel cheap and thin.”
Automart.PH Says: “The Kia Soluto has pretty solid foundations and is more than just a reskinned Reina. It has a few tricks up its sleeve that might make it even better value than its Hyundai-badged twin.”
Automart.PH Says: “It's not the default answer in its class, but the K2500 has something unique: body style felixibility. With various styles around, this heavy-duty Kia has a version for just about everyone.”
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