Korean carmaker Kia is giving you five reasons why "tis’ the season to be jolly" when you take advantage of the extended Worth the Drive Deals Promo this month.
The latest extension highlights that Kia vehicles have what it takes to be highly-considered as you shop for your own "sleigh" this coming yuletide season.
The full lineup of the Ayala-backed Kia Philippines is not just here to give customers a seat and four wheels: they are meant to meet and surpass the demands of the times when it comes to transportation and mobility. In turn, the brand has been constantly received accolades globally: a testament of Kia's core strengths.
For this year, JD Powers recognized the Kia Forte as the winner in Highest Quality Awards for the Compact Car segment, topping as well the Initial Quality Study (IQS) for Compact Cars, while the Sorento got the highest rank for the IQS Upper Midsize SUV, and bagging the Upper Midsize SUV Awards for Quality and Reliability.
The Kia Sportage was Top 2 in IQS Compact SUV and is among the Top 5 in Quality Compact SUV Awardees. The Grand Carnival was at the top in the Minivans category in IQS and took the Minivan Category for Best in Quality and Reliability.
Safety is always Key-A (KIA)
While mobility is essential, Kia has always put safety at the forefront.
For this year, Kia got a host of recognitions from reputable institutions like 2020 USA Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) study, wherein the Kia Forte was the number 1 pick for the Small Car, the Kia Sportage for the Small SUV, and the Sorento for the Large SUV category as the safest vehicles on the road.
Sight for sore eyes
Since 2020 has already gone through a lot already, we think that it is a must to get a vehicle that would bring out the liveliness in every motorist. Every Kia model shows a progressive look that provides that positive outlook while exuding one’s exquisite taste.
All the bells and whistles plus the distinctive design bling earned commendations from various outfits. In 2018, the European-inspired Kia Stonic was voted iF Design Award and Red Dot Design award winner. The Kia Sorento compact SUV also shared the limelight in the same awards—and has been commended for its design as early as 2015.
Upping the ante on customer satisfaction
As early as 2005, Kia has been working on furthering its reputation under the slogan, “Kia Promise to Care.”
In the Philippines, they are giving customers a five-year warranty or 160,000 kilometers—whichever comes first—for all models (except for the K2500 which offers a 3-year warranty or 110,000 kms) as well as 24/7 Roadside Assistance—free for the first five years.
Now with the extension of the Worth the Drive Deals Promo, Kia Philippines makes sure that you enjoy holiday cheers on board the Korean three-letter emlem. The pitches under the Worth the Drive Deals Promo are set to give more confidence in buying a vehicle that you have been dreaming about.
The ease of payment and flexible terms are being offered through Kia's host of bank partners.
For the month of November, the Kia Stonic can be enjoyed with a P60,000 cash rebate or low monthly terms of P15,276—the same introductory pricing when it was introduced last September.
The subcompact sedan Soluto LX MT can be bought with a P40,000 discount or through a monthly term of P12,094.
The Seltos LX AT is being offered with a P50,000 price cut or a zero-interest monthly amortization of up to 18 months.
The Kia Sportage—which is offered in both LX Diesel and Gasoline variants—can be driven home if you are now ready for the zero-interest scheme of up to 60 months or with a P300,000 reduction on the price of the LX Diesel or P250,000 for the LX gasoline.
The Grand Carnival LX has a zero-percent interest up to 24 months term, or can be taken home with a P120,000 price slash. On monthly payment arrangement, it is offered on a P36,281-monthly for 60 months.
The K2500 4x2 KARGA Plus Protect is offered with a cash discount of P60,000 or low monthly P20,186.
Photos from Kia Philippines
Kia PH extends ‘Worth the Drive Deals’ with easy-to-own packages