Kia Motors is the second-largest vehicle manufacturer in South Korea behind Hyundai. Still, the company the company is reported to have sold no less than 3.3 million cars in 2015. It is also interesting to mention here that Kia is partially owned by Hyundai (33.3%). The company was first founded in 1944 as a producer of steel tubes and bicycle parts. It was not until 22 years later that the first cars were produced and during this time, they were mainly marketed to residents of South Korea and nearby nations such as Japan and China. The firm became incorporated into the United States marketplace in 1992 to a somewhat lukewarm reception. However, many of their economical models soon caught on and the company has enjoyed a good deal of success during the past decade.

The Typical Aspects of a Kia Car

Designers at Kia have always focused upon providing their vehicles with a personality and a “face” thanks to distinctive front grilles and other hallmark features. The ultimate intention is to enable the owner to feel a real connection with his or her car. Much like other modern brands, Kia has take a foray into the world of green power supplies such as electric engines and hybrid vehicles. Staying true to their desire to identify with the public, Kia also sponsors a number of international sports organisations.

The Top Kia Models of 2017

We have compiled a short list of what many feel to be the most attractive makes and models of 2017. They can be found immediately below:

  • Kia Cadenza
  • Kia Forte
  • Kia K900
  • Kia Nero
  • Kia Optima
  • Kia Rio 5-Door
  • Kia Sorento
  • Kia Soul
  • Kia Sportage
  • Kia Forte