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November sales up for Kia

The B-segment the best selling Kia in November.

Kia recorded a year-on-year increase of 6.4 per cent in November.

And the Kia Motors Corporation said its global sales figure was 234.069 units sold across export sales, domestic sales and sales from overseas plants, for passenger cars, recreational vehicles (RVs) and commercial vehicles for the  month of November 2012.

The Korean automaker posted a year-on-year sales increases of 13.8 per cent in Korea (44,400 units sold); 13.6 per cent in China (55,300 units sold); 11.7 per cent  in North America (46,774 units sold); and 0.8 per cent in Europe* (46,331 units sold). Meanwhile, November sales in general markets* decreased by 7.3 per cent  (41,264 units sold).

Cumulatively through the first 11 months of 2012, Kia’s global sales have increased by 10.3 per cent year-on-year to reach 2,497,002 units.

Europe, North America and China have experienced the highest cumulative gains to date in 2012 of 19.8 per cent  (528,666 units sold), 17.6% (592,261 units sold), and 10.7 per cent  (458,956 units sold), respectively.

Kia’s best selling model in overseas markets for the month of November was the B-segment Rio (known as ‘K2’ in China) with 37,651 units sold.

The C-segment Cerato (known as ‘Forte’ in some markets) was the second best seller with 33,309 units delivered, while Sportage compact CUV, D-segment Optima sedan and Sorento mid-size CUV followed with 30,364; 22,153; and 19,107 units sold, respectively.


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