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Kia Motors America Announces Kia Dealer-Based Fleet Program

June 8, 2004

The fleet department at Kia Motors America has announced the launch of the Kia Dealer-Based Fleet Program. The Dealer-Based Fleet Program is designed for local fleets that buy five or more vehicles in a single month and is based on the following conditions:

  • Kia’s basic commercial warranty of five years and 60,000 miles will apply.
  • Vehicles may be taken out of dealer stock, or ordered.
  • Vehicles must be registered under the same company name.
  • Each unit must be titled and kept in service for the 6 months or 6,000 miles. If, however, a vehicle has been damaged beyond repair, i.e., fire, frame, or water damage, etc., and documentation is available to support the condition, this provision will be waived.
  • There are no upper limits on quantity for local fleet sales.
  • Dealer Based Fleet incentives do not apply to national fleet accounts, which are handled out of KMA Corporate Headquarters (contact us at [email protected]).
  • The incentive amounts will be announced at the beginning of each month in the “Kia Dealer Based Fleet Incentives Memo,” and may vary from month to month.
  • Eligible models must be sold with the “DFLT” code in order to receive incentives.

    Click here to view eligible models and incentives.

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