Author Archives: Ken Jervis Motors

KIA RATED SECOND IN NFDA ELECTRIC VEHICLE SURVEY

In the second electric vehicle survey run by the NFDA (National Franchised Dealers Association) Kia Motors (UK) Limited has maintained its position near the top of the board. The survey was launched to understand dealers’ views on the electric vehicle sector covering manufacturers and the governments approach. Sitting second overall in the survey, Kia was

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KIA WINS 2019 NFDA MANUFACTURER OF THE YEAR

Following another outstanding performance in the NFDA Dealer Attitude Survey, Kia has been named ‘Manufacturer of the Year’ by the National Franchised Dealers Association. Kia have topped the bi-annual survey four consecutive time, most recently in the Winter 2018 survey with a score of 8.4, while the industry average is 5.0. The survey asks dealers

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DOUBLE WIN FOR KIA SPORTAGE

The Kia Sportage continues to shows why it is the best-selling Kia in the UK, picking up two industry awards in one week. The Sportage can now add ‘Crossover of the Year’ at the 2019 Honest John Awards and ‘Best Car for Towing’ at the Auto Trader New Car Awards 2019 to its long list

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KIA INTRODUCES INDUSTRY-FIRST SMARTPHONE BASED EV PERFORMANCE CONTROL TECHNOLOGY

Kia announced development of ‘smartphone-electric vehicle pairing based performance adjustment technology,’ which allows users to customise primary functions through a smartphone application – an industry-first innovation. Drivers can use this technology to adjust seven performance features including the maximum torque output of the motor, ignition, acceleration and deceleration abilities, regenerative braking capacity, maximum speed limit,

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KIA HABANIRO CONCEPT HEATS UP MANHATTAN

Kia unveiled its vision for the future of electric vehicles and it’s hot. And spicy. The HabaNiro concept is a fully-electric, all-wheel drive, four-seat wonder car with an All Electric Range (AER) of more than 300 miles*, level-five autonomous mode, butterfly wing doors and more advanced tech than what helped land men on the moon.

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