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Special Olympics
As the official automotive partner of Special Olympics Canada, Kia Canada is proud to be taking a hands-on role in helping to spread the message of acceptance and inclusion - as well as providing funds and transportation needs to support the daily and competitive sport programs that serve more than 42,000 children, youth and adults with an intellectual disability in communities all across Canada. Please visit SpecialOlympics.ca to learn more about this inspiring movement and how you can volunteer and/or donate to this very special cause.
 
 
NitroFill Reforestation Program
NitroFill will plant a tree with every NitroFill Cap Kit purchase. We've partnered with NitroFill and the National Forest Foundation to provide you an opportunity to join us in an effort to improve and restore our embattled planet’s health and resources. Our customers have helped plant hundreds of trees and offset thousands of pounds of carbon emissions.
  
 
Review: Kia Niro is the anti-hybrid hybrid ready to take on Prius



Take heed, Toyota Prius. Kia's new built-from-the-ground up Niro hybrid crossover is ready to duke it out for your sales title.

Well, yes and no. Kia officials won't specifically say so, lest it not work out the way they hope.

And while John Adzija, Kia Canada's national manager of corporate communications, believes the Niro will indeed lure customers away from the Prius, he says the South Korean auto maker isn't specifically targeting the hybrid universe's long-time reigning champ.

"No, not per se," he said, following a product briefing deep in the heart of Texas. "You alienate a lot of people when you focus on the 'cult' of Prius customers."

See more here: http://www.theglobeandmail.com/globe-drive/reviews/new-cars/review-2017-kia-niro-is-the-anti-hybrid-hybrid-and-ready-to-take-on-prius/article33908580/
 
 
 

 
Kia's refreshed and surprisingly sporty Forte5 SX pushes the compact segment benchmark upward



In a highly competitive segment, all manufacturers have to move fast or get left behind in a hurry - Kia is not resting on its laurels when it comes to the Forte lineup. It not only gets more equipment for 2017, it also arrives with a nicer cabin and stronger style.

In the compact hot hatch segment, having the right mechanicals wrapped in boring sheet metal just does not work. The 2017 Forte5 brings a sharp Euro-inspired look. Yes, it's still the typical of a two-box hatchback design, but the sweeping roofline, strong character lines and, in SX form, HID headlights, LED positioning lights and light-bar technology rear lamps transform the hatch from frumpy to fancy. The red trim line sitting in the front grille even mimics the Volkswagen Golf GTI!

With the looks having invited a potential customer to look a little closer, it is important the car have a classy interior with the right features. Here, the Forte5 SX shines. The list of equipment is too long to list here, but the highlights include heated and cooled leather-wrapped front seats, a power moonroof, smart instrumentation and an all-encompassing infotainment system that supports both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

See more here: http://driving.ca/kia/forte/reviews/road-test/car-review-2017-kia-forte5-sx
 
 
 

 
Kia officially opens Mexico production facility

(SEOUL) September 8, 2016 – Kia Motors officially opened its new production facility in Mexico today at a grand opening ceremony attended by over 500 people.

Construction of Kia’s new manufacturing plant, located in Pesquería in the northern Mexican state of Nuevo Léon, began in October 2014. The facility – Kia’s sixth overseas production base – represents an investment by Kia and suppliers of US$3 billion.

The ceremony, which took place in the plant’s new assembly shop, was attended by Mexico’s Secretary of Economy, Ildefonso Guajardo Villareal; the Nuevo Léon State Governor, Jaime Rodríguez Calderón; and the Mayor of Pesqueria, Miguel Ángel Lozano Munguía. The delegation of around 100 visitors from Korea included Hyundai Motor Group Chairman Mong-Koo Chung and Kia Motors Corporation Vice Chairman and CEO Hyoung-Keun Lee.

“The new plant here in Mexico represents the next step in Kia Motors’ ambition to become one of the world’s leading automakers,” said Mong-Koo Chung, Chairman of Hyundai Motor Group, during his speech at the ceremony. “The innovative design and world-class quality possessed by the cars produced at the Kia Motors Mexico plant will be embraced by our valued customers not only here in Mexico but also in export-bound countries of Latin America and North America.”

 
 
 
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