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February 2017: Kia Motors America

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Kia Motors America Announces February Sales

  • Best-Ever February Sales for the Forte Family of Compact Cars

IRVINE, Calif., March 1, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Kia Motors America today announced February sales of 42,673 units, led by the Optima midsize sedan with 8,892 units sold. The month also saw the best February sales performance in company history for the Forte family of compact cars, and 2,143 units of the all-new Niro crossover sold in its first full month of availability.

 

MONTH OF FEBRUARY

YEAR-TO-DATE

Model

2017

2016

2017

2016

Rio

840

1,461

1,826

2,891

Forte

8,506

8,187

14,773

13,516

Optima

8,892

9,630

16,741

18,043

Cadenza

372

585

688

959

K900

31

83

65

151

Niro

2,143

N/A

2,185

N/A

Sportage

5,231

5,860

9,854

10,663

Sorento

6,845

8,101

13,024

14,796

Sedona

2,111

3,988

3,649

5,990

Soul

7,702

11,842

15,494

21,033

Total

42,673

49,737

78,299

88,042

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