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Kia's sales slipped in 2017, but with in-demand products rolling out this year, dealers are hopeful that sales and profitability will tick up.
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With new and updated product rolling out this year, Kia dealers expect the brand to be better positioned to meet the market's demands.
NHTSA said it is opening a probe into why some airbags failed to deploy in Hyundai and Kia vehicles after crashes in which four people were reportedly killed and another six injured.
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Hyundai and Kia are jumping back into the large crossover segment with two models recently spotted by spy photographers.
Hyundai Motor America couldn't keep pace with 2017's record-setting February as U.S. sales dropped 13 percent last month.
Kia Motors said SeugKyu (Sean) Yoon, its top executive in Canada, has been named CEO of Kia Motors America.
Toyota realized before signing on as a new Olympic sponsor almost three years ago that South Korea's Winter Games, like the local car market, would always belong to local rivals Hyundai and Kia.
Kia hopes new technologies, a "more self-confident" design and better driving dynamics will gives its new Ceed a boost in Europe's compact car segment against rivals such as the VW Golf and Ford Focus.
Aerosmith's Steven Tyler is turning back the wheels of time with a lap around the racetrack in Kia's Super Bowl ad. The aging Aerosmith frontman rediscovers his youth on a dusty, barren track.
Hyundai-Kia's U.S. sales dropped 6.4 percent in January behind a 16 percent decline in car deliveries. Combined light-truck volume at Hyundai, Kia and Genesis rose 15 percent last month.
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