If ever you thought to yourself Kia was the perpetual second fiddle to fellow Korean automaker Hyundai, now might be time to reconsider that.
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We’ve already seen the new 2012 Kia Ray, the Korean market’s Honey-I-shrunk-the-Soul micro car.
Hyundai and Kia have steadily positioned themselves onto America's automotive map, and with a slew of new and refreshed offerings to come, the Korean twosome look to only further expand market share.
Less than a decade ago, if you told someone you just bought a KIA vehicle, you may have gotten a funny look and even heard some snickering when you walked away.