Articles about Kia Philippines

That’s not a typo
No, your eyes aren't growing weary from all the time you've been spending cooped up at home. That headline is no joke. From now until July 31, Kia Philippines is offering its small hatchback for a down payment of just
We think so
Kia Philippines has announced that it will be bringing in a new model during the fourth quarter of 2020. While the company hasn't outright named the vehicle, we think we have a pretty good idea what it is.The news came
This covers all of Ayala’s car and motorcycle brands
Still thinking twice about driving to the casa to have your car serviced? Don't worry, we're sure you're not alone. This COVID-19 pandemic is far from over, and it's understandable if you're still wary of heading
More customers can now avail of Kia’s promo for May
Kia Philippines reopened several dealerships in Visayas and Mindanao at the start of May. Now, as we transition into the modified enhanced community quarantine (MECQ), the carmaker has activated even more of its facilities nationwide.To be exact, there are now 27
Strict health and safety protocols will be observed at all times
As parts of the country transition to less restrictive quarantine measures against COVID-19, Kia Philippines has announced that six of its dealerships in Visayas and Mindanao will resume operations on May 4, 2020.Following are the reopening Kia dealerships and their
We test it on various road surfaces and in different driving situations
Kia has had a good history in the Philippines. Who could forget when the Kia Pride was fighting big-body Corollas for taxi dominance? It was the '90s version of the Grab and Uber wars. Then, like Uber, Kia faded for a
Spread the love
The Batangas local government is getting help in the form of 10 brand-new utility vans courtesy of AC Industrials.The Ayala Corporation subsidiary-which manages Kia Philippines, Volkswagen Philippines, and Maxus Philippines-recently turned over 10 shiny new units of the
Can it compete with the segment’s best?
While the number of small, affordable seven-seater SUVs has increased in recent years, it hasn't stopped carmakers from targeting other, possibly overlapping segments that have performed well in the past, such as subcompact crossovers. With Kia Philippines ramping up its
We list down the latest vehicles introduced in the past month
Looking for a people-mover? You've got more options available on the local market now-nine SUVs and one van were introduced in November. Let's take a closer look at these new family-friendly rides.After years of having the
There’s a new subcompact crossover in town
This month, Kia Philippines continues its lineup expansion by entering the subcompact-crossover market with the all-new Seltos."This emboldened spirit, which also lives in the hearts of the younger generation, is what drove us to develop a crossover that embodies
It’s finally here
It's been anything but a wild ride for the Kia Seltos on the way to the Philippines. The Korean car manufacturer announced as early as July 2019 that the vehicle would be coming to our market, and the prices were made
Looking for a new crossover?
Kia Philippines has finally revealed the pricing for the upcoming Seltos subcompact crossover. If you're interested in the vehicle, it enters the market at just under P1.1 million. Check out its official prices and variants below:Keep in mind that
We weren't expecting this
This was unexpected. We just got word that the Kia Forte is back, and in a variant that looks to bring some excitement to the compact segment. Check this out: This is the Kia Forte GT. According to the press release sent
A promising entry to the subcompact-crossover segment
All major car brands need balance between models that evoke desire, and models that customers actually buy. Shouldn't they be the same? Well, one would think so, but that's not the case. For every Toyota Supra or 86 that bystanders
What’s it like after a P500,000 price drop?
This is the top-spec, seven-seat Kia Grand Carnival...except it's different from the top-spec, seven-seat Kia Grand Carnival you might've known before. Gone is its glorious V6 engine and joyous 276 horses-a victim of the
The Stinger has arrived, and it’s here to stay
We're dreamers over here at Top Gear PH. Why else would we be in this line of work, if not to live out our fantasies of being around cars?If we had to guess, we'd say that the people over
In case you’re wondering, this is what a performance sedan is all about
It only takes a few moments for me to realize I'm driving something special. The control surfaces and where your body makes contact with the car should communicate the essence of the vehicle immediately. If, as a driver, you can tell
Limited to just 800 units
Not that this concerns us, since all the Stinger units heading to our market are rear-wheel drive (RWD), but Kia has unveiled a variant of its new sports sedan that mixes all-wheel drive (AWD) stability with RWD drift-ability.It'
Well, are they?
There's a growing trend within the Philippine automotive industry that you might have noticed: Major brands injecting new life into their local lineups using more affordable Chinese-made cars.Volkswagen Philippines spearheaded the movement when it replaced its entire Philippine stable
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