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Kia Changes Dealer-Based Fleet Incentive Program

January 25, 2008

IRVINE, CA – Kia Motors America has enhanced its Dealer-Based Commercial Fleet Program. Beginning Nov. 1, 2007, Kia Retailers will now be able to count Dealer-Based Commercial Fleet Units toward their monthly Sales Objective. In addition, the requirement of buying five or more vehicles in one particular month has now been eliminated.
  • A Dealer-Based Commercial Fleet Sale will count toward a monthly Sales Objective as a qualifying unit but the Sales Objective Incentive will not be paid on the Dealer-Based Commercial Fleet unit. (Count but No Pay with regard to Sales Objective).
  • Eligible fleet accounts are determined based on minimum five corporate units in service titled in corporate name.
  • A fleet incentive will be paid on each fleet vehicle sold when a valid fleet identification number is used to RDR the commercial fleet unit.
  • No minimum purchase is required to participate. The minimum requirement of purchasing at least five vehicles in a one-month time period is eliminated.

    2007-Model-Year Incentives

    Rio $1,000
    Spectra 4dr $1,000
    Spectra 5 $1,000
    Optima $1,250
    Amanti $1,500
    Sportage $1,250
    Sorento $1,250
    Sedona (S) $1,250
    Sedona (L) $1,250
    Rondo $1,250

    2008-Model-Year Incentives
    Rio $500
    Spectra 4dr $1,000
    Spectra 5 $1,000
    Optima $1,000
    Amanti $1,250
    Sportage $1,250
    Sorento $1,250
    Sedona (S) $1,250
    Sedona (L) $1,250
    Rondo $1,250

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