Kia keeps its boxy Soul urban runabout — it's second-best selling car in Canada — true to its funky inner spirit with the unveiling of the third generation at this month's Los Angeles Auto Show.
Hyundai will unveil the Palisade crossover, its big-bodied, three-row answer to the Ford Explorer, Toyota Highlander and Chevrolet Traverse, at this month's Los Angeles Auto Show. It is one of two crossovers Hyundai is adding in 2019 as the company races to match the industry's rapid shift from cars to light trucks.
With its redesigned -- and more advanced -- Forte compact sedan, Kia sees a growth opportunity in the segment even as other automakers scale back the number of traditional car offerings.
Kia will bring its second full-electric global nameplate, the Niro EV crossover, to North America next year.
Winnipeg's Murray Automotive Group is Canada's newest Genesis distributor, with Genesis Winnipeg launching July 4 due to demand for the luxury brand.
The first of six planned, publicly available hydrogen refuelling stations is now open in British Columbia, much to the delight of Hyundai, Honda and Toyota, which have plans to sell hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles in Canada.
Kia is recalling about 65,000 vehicles in Canada and more than 507,000 in the United States because an electronic glitch may prevent airbags from deploying in the event of a crash.
Kia wins quality awards, has leading-edge design and exciting new models. All of it helps gain the trust of Canadian buyers.
Hyundai Canada CEO Don Romano says that hydrogen-powered electric vehicles could ultimately prove to be more convenient to operate than battery-powered EVs.
Hyundai Canada's senior manager of public relations, Chad Heard, is leaving the company April 6 “for a new challenge in a new industry.”
U.S. regulators are opening a probe into why some airbags failed to deploy in Hyundai and Kia vehicles after crashes — including one in Canada — that reportedly resulted in four fatalities and another six injuries.
Kia Canada Inc. turned south of the border to find its new president and CEO, tapping Kyle Lee for the job.