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William Maley

February 2013 - Kia Motors America

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Kia Motors America Announces February Sales

  • Aggressive Slate of New Product Introductions to Continue with Three World Debuts in New York

IRVINE, Calif., March 1, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Kia Motors America (KMA) today reported February sales of 41,505 units. The U.S.-built* Optima midsize sedan led sales for the 15th consecutive month with 13,195 units sold, while the Sorento CUV also built in West Point, Georgia, posted strong sales of 7,945 units as the significantly redesigned 2014 model began arriving in showrooms.

After setting all-time annual sales and market share records in 2012, Kia has seven all-new or significantly redesigned vehicles scheduled to launch in the U.S. market this calendar year. Later this month, Kia will take the wraps off three world introductions at the New York International Auto Show.


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