When asking consumers what is most important when buying a new vehicle, many will mention styling.
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If ever you thought to yourself Kia was the perpetual second fiddle to fellow Korean automaker Hyundai, now might be time to reconsider that.
Small people-movers are making a comeback as automakers figure out more efficient ways of packaging cars for the big of family and modest of paycheck.
We’ve already seen the new 2012 Kia Ray, the Korean market’s Honey-I-shrunk-the-Soul micro car.