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KIA Motors to excite Dover

Friday, May 23, 2014    

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KIA Motors Jamaica will be live and in full gear at the Jamaica Race Drivers Club (JRDC) Drift Invasion at Dover Raceway, St Ann,on Sunday.

The South Korean company, which was listed in the Guinness Book of Records through its Optima Hybrid, for the lowest in fuel consumption is an official partner of the 2014 FIFA World Cup. They will facilitate five patrons being part of the exciting pace car convoy to kick start race events at Dover this Sunday.

The powerful and stylish KIA Optima will take each person around the track in finest style, as they bask in the thrill and excitement of the day, to include KIA Motors' 'race day booth', where patrons will be engaged in trivia and handed prizes from its friendly staff on hand.

Globally, the KIA Optima has been transformed from a passenger car to racecar, copping a few championship titles for the International KIA Racing team and continues to be a favourite among motor vehicle buyers in Jamaica, Regionally and Internationally. It was also recognized as International Car of the Year for 2011-2013.

KIA Motors will also have on display three of its very exquisite and sporty type vehicles in the 2015 KIA Picanto, 2014 KIA Cerato Hatchback and 2014 Carens.

Persons will also be able to win gate passes and have the chance of being upgraded to a pit pass by logging onto its Facebook page at www.facebook.com/KiaMotorsJamaica and answering very simple questions about KIA Motors and the upcoming JRDC Drift Invasion.

Just last month, KIA Motors had participated in the Texaco with Techron Carnival of Speed race meet on Easter Monday at Dover, a tremendous success which the dealership plans to replicate on Sunday.

Established in 2004, KIA Motors Jamaica has been creating 'the ultimate experience' for its customers. From the first point of contact through to the purchasing of his/her car to after-sales and car care servicing, KIA provides each customer with great value that exceeds expectations. KIA's approach to service truly exemplifies the slogan 'The Power to Surprise'.

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