Jack R. Nerad | March 31, 2020
Kia Motors has announced customer support for current customers and additional incentives for new customers as it responds to the coronavirus pandemic and the associated economic upheaval.
The severe business restrictions currently in place are expected to limit vehicle sales in the short term, and they may have farther-reaching effects depending on how long they are in effect. As a result, Kia, like all global car companies, is altering its expectations for the 2020 model year while at the same time doing all it can to support its customers and motivate more Kia purchases.
What follows is a recap of the coronavirus financial relief and new car incentives Kia has assembled to deal with the crisis, joining numerous automakers offering coronavirus car payment plans.
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