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Following the best third quarter performance in company history, Kia Motors America (KMA) today announced record October sales of 44,694 units, led by high demand for the U.S.-built Optima midsize sedan and the iconic Soul with 11,840 and 10,685 vehicles sold, respectively.

“Declining gas prices are bringing a steady supply of customers into the market, and our new products have played a role in the steady growth Kia has experienced this year,” said Michael Sprague, executive vice president of sales and marketing, KMA.

“Kia has one of the youngest and best-looking lineups in the business, including the all-new Sedona multi-purpose vehicle, which is now arriving in dealerships and challenges the segment with its CUV-inspired design, full array of advanced technology and first-class airliner amenities.” 

 

MONTH OF OCTOBER

YEAR-TO-DATE

Model

2014

2013

2014

2013

Rio

2,534

2,874

31,921

36,112

Forte

5,190

4,706

58,983

57,421

Optima

11,840

11,492

134,486

135,548

Cadenza

608

1,111

8,237

6,869

K900

62

1,168

Sportage

3,743

2,513

36,386

25,745

Sorento

7,656

8,142

84,234

89,522

Sedona

2,376

676

8,032

6,056

Soul

10,685

8,240

126,264

98,864

Total

44,694

39,754

489,711

456,137

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Jose Antonio López

Passionated about Korean cars from Kia & Hyundai. Photographer. I love being in nature, hiking. Tech lover.

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