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  • J-segment


    J-segment is a car classification defined by European Commission as the segment of the sport utility cars (including off-road vehicles). It is increasing in volume year by year in Europe; in early 2015, it became the most popular segment with 28% market share. These cars come in a huge variety of sizes. As SUVs have developed in body style over the years, crossovers are also starting to emerge, a common combination being a hatchback and SUV. They have also gained popularity over the years with celebrities, encouraging large luxury vehicles with an emphasis on comfort, space and a high-ride position. Off-road vehicles also fit into this segment. Typical J-segment vehicles include the BMW X5, Land Rover Discovery, Mercedes-Benz M-Class, Porsche Cayenne, Range Rover Sport, Volkswagen Touareg, Volvo XC90.

  • Kia Rio


    The Kia Rio is a subcompact car produced by the South Korean manufacturer Kia since August 2000 and now in its fourth generation. Body styles have included a three and five-door hatchback and four-door sedan, equipped with inline-four gasoline and diesel engines, and front-wheel drive. The Rio replaced the first-generation Pride—a rebadged version of the Ford Festiva—and the Avella, a subcompact sold as a Ford in some markets. A second generation was introduced in 2005 in Europe and 2006 in North America, sharing its platform with the Hyundai Accent, a subcompact manufactured by its sister Hyundai Motor Company in South Korea.__TOC__

  • Kia Motors


    Kia Motor Corporation (, , ; stylized as KIɅ), headquartered in Seoul, is South Korea's second-largest automobile manufacturer, following the Hyundai Motor Company, with sales of over 3.3 million vehicles in 2015. , the Kia Motor Corporation is minority owned by Hyundai, which owns a 33.88% stake valued at just over US$6 billion. Kia in turn is a minority owner of more than twenty Hyundai subsidiaries ranging from 4.9% up to 45.37%, totaling more than US$8.3 billion.

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