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  • Kia Sephia


    The Kia Sephia is a compact car that was manufactured by the South Korean automaker Kia Motors from September 1992 to 2003. The first generation Sephia was badged Kia Mentor in some markets, and as the Timor S515/S516 in Indonesia. This convention continued on with the second generation version, which was also badged Kia Shuma and Kia Spectra.

  • List of Kia Motors automobiles


    1. Current models ----------------- Kia Rio. Kia Picanto. Kia Soul. Kia Forte. Kia Cee'd. 1.1. Passenger cars ------------------- Cadenza/K7 Cee'd/Cee'd SW/pro_cee'd Forte/Cerato/K3 K4 K9/K900/Quoris Optima/Magentis/K5 Pegas Picanto/Morning Ray Rio/Rio5/Pride Soul Stinger Stonic 1.2. SUVs and vans ------------------ Kia Carens. Kia Carnival. Kia Sportage. Kia Sorento. Kia Mohave. Carens/Rondo Carnival/Sedona Mohave/Borrego Sorento Sportage Pregio Telluride 1.3. Commercial vehicles ------------------------ Kia Granbird. AM928 – KMC only Granbird – KMC only Bongo, also sold as K2700/Strong/3000S/2500TCI K4000s – KMC only 1.4. Hybrid electric vehicles ----------------------------- Kia unveiled hybrid electric concept cars at the 2008 Paris Motor Show: Kia cee'd Hybrid Kia Niro Hybrid Utility Vehicle Kia Ray Plug-in hybrid Kia Soul EV Kia Optima Hybrid

  • 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__

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