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While other boxy designs have come and gone — Scion xB, Nissan Cube, Honda Element — Kia's Soul has built longevity through loyalty.
Hyundai-Kia's combined U.S. sales edged up 1.1 percent in November as Hyundai's crossover momentum continued to build.
Kia is expanding its Niro lineup with an electric crossover capable of driving 239 miles on a single charge.
Kia will extend its Super Bowl ad streak to 10 years. The ad will be handled by U.S. agency-of-record David & Goliath, but the automaker declined to confirm other details.
Kia is expanding the Niro lineup next year with a battery electric version of the subcompact crossover that can drive 239 miles on a single charge.
The third-generation 2020 Kia Soul receives a new platform, sleeker headlights and more sculpted lines but keeps the trademark quirky looks that have made it standout on the road.
Kia is following up on the glimpse of the tall taillights on the redesigned Soul by giving away nearly the whole design of the 2020 model, due to be unveiled Wednesday at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
U.S. prosecutors are investigating if Hyundai and affiliate Kia vehicle recalls over engine defects were conducted properly, Reuters reported.
Kia keeps its boxy Soul urban runabout true to its funky inner spirit with the unveiling of the third generation at this month's Los Angeles Auto Show.
Han-woo Park says Kia is graduating from its position as a fast follower to being a global leader in such areas as design and quality. The Kia CEO also wants to build up the brand's light-truck lineup.
The Senate Commerce Committee said a hearing planned this month on reports of engine fires involving Hyundai and Kia vehicles was on hold, but could be rescheduled for a future date.
When it comes to SEMA, the more outlandish and eye-popping vehicles, the merrier. Here's a glance at some that stuck out.
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