Kia has discovered that the cables on automatic transmission-equipped Optimas built between September 2005 and June 2007 may not have been installed properly.
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For all of the dominance Korean automakers have had over the last few years, Kia’s executives have mentioned that they’re not going to follow Toyota’s lead in sacrificing quality for quantity.
Without a Kia Sedona for the 2013 model year, the Korean automaker was left to its devices of selling however many of its aging, but award-winning, minivans as long as it could.
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