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Kia Sedona to make its debut this summer. Looks sleeker than before and will likely be more spacious too. Kia Motors has teased the new 2021 Sedona—known as Carnival in other markets—and according to the Korean automaker, it will be a “Grand Utility Vehicle”. Just like BMW makes Sport Activity Vehicles, we guess. Basically, it will still be a massive minivan and will still be called so by its customers. Kia is injecting some SUV attributes to its load-lugger for the fourth-generation model, however. Speaking of minivans, the segment will see a lot of activity in the coming months. With To
After weeks of down time, North American automaker production plants are gearing up for a return to work. For the latest information on the COVID-19 pandemic, make sure to check the World Health Organization website. With most plants going quiet in mid-March, the initial plan at most was for a two-week suspension. As COVID-19 continues to spread, however, that was not to be, with manufacturers like Ford announcing an extension—and plans to build much-needed respirators and other medical equipment. We’ve compiled a list of tentative restart dates for most automakers, and will keep the inf
http://thekoreancarblog.com/2014/09/18/kia-will-launch-refreshed-rio-at-2014-paris-motor-show/?fb_action_ids=384600915030109&fb_action_types=og.comments The 2015 Kia Rio receives a slight visual makeover, with a fresh exterior and interior look, while retaining the core attributes that have proved so popular with owners. (Unfortunately we don’t have pictures at the moment). The enhanced Rio receives a newly-designed front bumper and fog lights, and an updated version of the brand’s hallmark ‘tiger-nose’ grille. Three new alloy wheel designs, available in 15-, 16- and 17-inch