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Driving Tips with Kia Trinidad Ep.3

In this episode, we learn how to:

1) Use your side mirrors to park.

2) Park properly when on a hill.

As well as what to do when you park and there is not enough room to open the door.

 

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June Open House at Kia Trinidad

The rains are here. Showers of Savings! This Saturday, June 11th, 2016 at KIA’s Showroom on Phillip Street in Port of Spain. It’s our June Open House.

Don’t miss out on huge discounts AND a FREE GAS CARD only from……Don Stephens and Kia Trinidad.

The forecast:
– strong winds to blow away existing list prices and the discounts will fall bucket a drop.

– Our radar is also picking up the following discounts:

Cerato Sedan – $10,000

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All-new Kia Optima – the ‘Just in Case’ car

The phrase ‘just in case’ is well known in Trinidad and Tobago.

A man would wear trousers 6″ too short ‘just in case’ it flood.

Some eat extra food by ‘d’ neighbour ‘just in case’ mami didn’t cook.

Most persons keep the KFC cole slaw container ‘just in case’ they might want to give somebody some food.

The All-new Kia Optima is a ‘Just in Case’ car. Especially made for Trinidad and Tobago.

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Driving Tips with Kia Trinidad Ep.2

In this episode, we learn how to:

1) Save on gas.

2) Drive off from a parked position on a slope.

3) Drive at the center of the lane.

 

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Driving Tips with Kia Trinidad Ep.1

Advanced Airbags, Lane Change Assist, Blind Spot Detection, ISO Fix Child Anchor … the list goes on.

At Kia, we work tirelessly to ensure that if the unexpected happens, you’ll be prepared!

In this episode we learn how to:

Open the engine hood.

Check the brake light yourself.

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Kia Trinidad Open House Sales Event

Kia Trinidad Open House Sales Event

On Saturday May 7th, 2016 we’re giving you the chance to save big! Come visit our Port of Spain Kia Trinidad and Tobago Showroom to view our latest models.

We’ll be open from 8am – 2pm and we have lots of specials and promotions to share with you. Be sure to ask for Don to receive your Open House gift!

LOAN PROMOTION

  • $0 downpayment
  • No payments for 90 days
  • $5000 cash back
  • 24 Hour Approval
  • Competitive interest rates

To learn more about our vehicle financing click here.

FREE GAS CARD PROMOTION

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Kia Trinidad and Scotia Bank Vehicle Financing

Kia Trinidad and Scotia Bank Vehicle Financing

Buying a new car shouldn’t be a hassle. Not in this day and age. We understand that, so let’s help you get started. Here’s what you need to know:

  • $0 downpayment
  • No payments for 90 days
  • $5000 cash back
  • 24 Hour Approval

Does it get any better than this? Yes! Check out these affordable monthly instalment rates.

For details on each model, please click on the image.

Whether you’re in the market for an SUV or small car, we can help.

Just give us a call at 393-6DON (6366) or feel free to email us.

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Kia Trinidad on D’ Avenue

Kia Trinidad on D’ Avenue

Come see our 2016 fleet of best selling vehicles.

Soul – #1 Selling Crossover – learn more about the Soul
Sportage – #1 Selling SUV – see features and 360º view
Sorento – #1 Selling Midsize SUV – see why it’s #1

This Thursday 21 & Friday 22 April, 2016. 10AM – 2PM.

We’ll be at the NCB Global Finance Ltd. building between Rosalino and Alberto Streets.

On-the-Spot Financing

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Kia Trinidad Warehouse Sale

Kia Trinidad Warehouse Sale

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0% downpayment
Prices never to be repeated
Limited stocks
Limited time
All new cars

1.4L GL Hatchback
Aurora Black
15K discount

1.4L GL Hatchback
Bright Silver
15K discount

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Introducing: The #1 Selling Midsized Luxury Sedan in Trinidad and Tobago – 2016 Kia Optima

The #1 Selling Midsized Luxury Sedan in Trinidad and Tobago – 2016 Kia Optima

Discover the next generation Optima.

A sleek fusion of bold style, heart-pounding performance, and advanced technology, the all-new 2016 Optima confidently pushes the boundaries of the midsize sedan, with plenty of attitude to spare.

COLOURS

FEATURES

SPECIFICATIONS

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Introducing: The All New 2016 Kia Sportage in Trinidad and Tobago

New 2016 Kia Sportage in Trinidad and Tobago

For journeys, not just destinations.

The all-new Kia Sportage is all about offering you more than you’d expect. More breathtakingly distinct design. More cutting-edge technologies. More advanced features to enhance your comfort and safety.

More reasons to get out and seize each day. It’s about discovering a whole new way of seeing the world. Exploring. Venturing out. Going far and not so far. Finding new adventures, and new places. With so much innovation, style and comfort to enjoy, the new Sportage is the perfect car for making every journey count.

SPECIFICATIONS

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Kia is #1 in Trinidad and Tobago

#1 Selling Midsized Luxury Sedan in T&T

From the manufacturing of its first three wheeler K-360 truck in 1962 to the announcement of a 2020 vision to introduce autonomous driving technology, Kia as we know it has come a long way.

Today, Kia is on a dramatic upswing in the Trinidad and Tobago motor vehicle market. Known once upon a time for substandard workmanship and materials, Kia was one of those cars you bought just to say you bought a new car. Today their lineup includes coupes, sedans, SUV’s and crossovers that stand out for their value, performance and sporty styling.

So what’s all the buzz about? Here are the facts. In Trinidad and Tobago, Kia is currently:

#1 Midsized Luxury Sedan.
#1 Selling SUV for 2 consecutive years.
#1 Selling Midsized SUV for 3 consecutive years.
#1 Selling Crossover.
#1 Selling Small Car.

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Vehicle Safety Ratings in Trinidad and Tobago

ANCAP-Safety

“It has ANCAP Five Star Rating.”

“This year it was nominated IIHS Safety Pick.”

In Trinidad and Tobago these acronyms are carelessly thrown around and in a market saturated with automobiles for every personality and budget, how can you decipher the code? Let’s help…

When the unexpected happens no one cares if you just “…woke up in a new Bugatti” or if the car you’re driving has a prancing horse on it. What counts? Highest chance of survival.

So what determines your car’s safety rating?

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Midsize Sedans in Trinidad and Tobago

Spend a night with the All-new Kia Optima

With entries from all mainstream manufacturers, with the exception of Mitsubishi, the midsize sedan category is a competitive one. Whether you’re looking for style, comfort, or lots of features, any of today’s mid-size four-doors will probably fit the bill but which one does it best?

Hyundai Sonata, Honda Accord, Nissan Altima, Mazada6, Volkswagen Passat or Kia Optima?

They say, “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder”.

We say, “Knowledge is power”.

Educate yourself, ask questions and take a test drive.

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Safety First – LED Daytime Running Lights

Safety First – LED Daytime Running Lights

Things happen. At Kia Trinidad and Tobago we try our best to help you expect the unexpected because at the end of the day, safety is EVERYTHING.

LED Daytime Running Lights

Nicknamed ‘Eyebrow LED’s’, these white light ‘cool’ looking strips found in Kia’s vehicle line up are there for more than just good looks. Here are some benefits.

  • When illuminated, vehicles equipped with ‘Eyebrow LED’s are seen faster, especially when cornering or in poor visibility conditions.
  • The distance and speed of oncoming cars can be better estimated.
  • Daytime running lights give drivers of oncoming cars more time to react.
  • It is easier to distinguish between parked cars and those driving.
  • Manufacturer-installed daytime running lamps switch on automatically when the motor starts up.
  • Motorcyclists are not blended out (in contrast to the effect of low beam).
  • No glare due to special structural measures.

There you have it. Kia’s eyebrows are ‘on point’ as they say in Trinidad and Tobago.

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Reasons to buy a hatchback in Trinidad and Tobago

Stylish, compact and practical with advanced technology and safety features.

Here are three reasons to buy a hatchback in Trinidad and Tobago!

1. Granny was right. Looks are deceiving.

It makes sense, “a sedan has to be more spacious than a hatchback!” Not necessarily. Having undergone numerous changes and modifications, hatchbacks are not as small as they seem. Especially taking into consideration that the rear seats fold down, allowing for significantly more cargo space than a sedan. Think, more space for your grocery shopping at Massy Stores and a bigger cooler when you’re packing for a Maracas run.

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The All-new Kia Optima in Trinidad & Tobago

The All-new Kia Optima in Trinidad & Tobago

The phrase ‘just in case’ is well known in Trinidad and Tobago.

A man would wear trousers 6″ too short – just in case it flood.

Some eat extra food by ‘d’ neighbor – just in case Mami didn’t cook.

Most persons keep the KFC cole slaw container – just in case they might want to give somebody some food.

The Kia Optima is a ‘Just in Case’ car, but sensibly so.

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Kia’s Resale Value in Trinidad and Tobago

Kia’s Resale Value in Trinidad and Tobago

“Dem cars nice, but dey have NOOO resale value!”

We hear those words daily in Trinidad and particularly about Kia Cars. But what is resale value?

“The trade value of a good that has already been purchased. If the original owner of a car wishes to resell the car to another party, this would be the amount of money made from the transaction. If the money made is relatively close to the original price paid, that’s considered high resale. The converse is true.”

What’s the reality in Trinidad?

We have too many tomatoes on the market. When there are too many tomatoes, the price is low. One flood … tomatoes scarce … prices skyrocket! Same with cars. Think of the traffic burgeoning new and used car lots and the pages and pages of auto classified ads both in print and online. As a result, resale value of all cars, whatever the brand, is lower than it used to be. And don’t expect any scarcity in the auto market. The Asian boats arrive every 2 weeks.

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Why buy a KIA vehicle in Trinidad and Tobago

Why buy a KIA vehicle in Trinidad and Tobago

Many years ago, long before ‘ROTFL – Roll on the Floor Laughing’ was a popular social media expression, people in Trinidad and Tobago were ‘ROTFL’ . . . on d main road. Why? Likely because a Kia was driving by. The Korean brand wasn’t a charmer at first. Known for substandard workmanship and materials, Kia was one of those new cars you bought just to say you bought a new car.

 

One owner from 20 years ago recollects,

“My dashboard just start to peel back from the windscreen, like somebody take a blow torch and melt it”.

Southern Sales and Service was quick to respond by changing the dashboard under warranty. The owner was happy … for some time.

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Kia’s Blind Spot Detection System

Kia’s Blind Spot Detection System

At last! No more leaning forward, backward and from side to side to see from all angles in the driver’s seat. Don’t worry about looking over your left or right shoulder just to ‘see around’ those blind spots.

Kia’s Blind Spot Detection System brings a whole new meaning to the term ‘safe driving’ and we’re sure you’ll agree that we can do with a lot more safe driving in Trinidad and Tobago.

By monitoring the road to the side and rear of the vehicle, two small radars mounted on either side of the rear bumber act as ‘the eyes behind your head.’

How it works

Blind Spot Detection System is engaged by pressing a button on dashboard.
If a car or large object is detected in a blind spot on any side of the car, a light will illuminate in the side mirror on the appropriate side.
If driver does not heed warning or activates the turn signal to change lanes the light flashes and an audible warning is given.

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