Kia 2008 September Sales

Passenger Cars Up 17.2 Percent Year to Date.
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Kia Motors America (KMA) today announced September sales of 17,383 units with year-to-date sales of 228,088 units. Passenger cars are up 17.2 percent year to date, with Rondo, Kia’s value-laden CUV, posting a 3-percent increase over the same month last year and a 38.4-percent increase year to date.

Optima and Rio also posted year-to-date increases of 31.5 and 21.7 percent respectively with 40,778 and 30,329 units sold.

"Considering the current economic climate we are pleased to see consumers recognizing and appreciating our passenger cars for the value, safety and fuel efficiency they bring to the market," said Tom Loveless, vice president of sales, KMA.

Kia Motors America (KMA) is the sales, marketing and distribution arm of Kia Motors Corporation based in Seoul, South Korea. KMA offers a complete line of vehicles through more than 640 dealers throughout the United States. For 2007, KMA recorded its 14th consecutive year of record U.S. sales. Kia Motors subscribes to a philosophy of building high value, high quality, safe and dynamic vehicles. Kia Motors prides itself on producing vehicles that are exciting and enabling and evoke the Kia tagline "The Power to Surprise."

(source: Kia)

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