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A Korean badge with European styling
It's hard to believe that the present-day Kia Picanto shares a heritage with the Pride from decades back. That old hatchback sold well thanks to its interior space and price point, but it wasn't exactly what you'd call
Rumors have been swirling for months
Confirming what has been circulating in the motoring industry for months, the Ayala Corporation made it formally known today that it wants to add Korean carmaker Kia to its growing automotive portfolio. In a story by Inquirer.net, the Philippine conglomerate, through
Good news for potential Picanto buyers
The Columbian Autocar Corporation, Kia's official Philippine distributor, just sent its updated price list earlier today.Thankfully, those considering the brand's most popular models will be happy to know that the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) law's
A preview of Kia's electrified future
With some cities already planning to ban internal combustion engines in the coming decades, carmakers are now setting the foundation for electric vehicles.Kia revealed that it plans to commercialize Level 4 autonomous cars by 2021, include 16 electrified vehicles in its
Speed isn't everything
There's a lot to like about the all-new Kia Rio: It's a looker inside and out, has close to European levels of refinement, and rides very comfortably. Unfortunately, the four-speed automatic transmission it comes with isn't one
It almost looks German
If you're viewing this on a mobile device and can't see the video, please click here.Yes, the all-new Kia Rio is Korean. But from afar, you'd be forgiven for mistaking the subcompact hatchback for a German-made
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