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Another Great Year for Kia

Posted on 9 Jan 2020



·         Kia’s UK sales in 2019 hit 97,323

·         Sales up almost two per cent in a market down by the same level

·         Focus on electrification in 2020

Kia Motors (UK) Limited hit another record figure for sales during 2019 – reaching a total of 97,323 – up by 1.6 per cent on the 2018 total and an eighth successive annual record total.


Despite a wide range of challenges in the UK new car market, Kia’s 190-strong dealer network, delivered more cars to more customers than ever before – an impressive increase in electrified vehicles such as e-Niro and the company’s range of hybrid and plug-in hybrid models.


The most popular model in Kia’s range remained the Sportage SUV, with over 34,500 delivered. Just over 12,300 variants of the all-new Ceed range proved popular with UK customers, the Picanto city car recorded just under 18,000 sales, the compact cross-over Stonic appealed to more than 8,400 customers and the Niro family accounted for 9,300 sales. This improved sales total came despite the demise of the Venga and Carens models.


Downeys Kia are very proud to be part of such a successful year, it’s a huge credit to our wonderful team for all their hard work and effort. Let’s hope 2020 is just as prosperous.”

During 2020, Kia will introduce an updated version of its What Car? Car of the Year winning e-Niro in much greater volumes. The new year also sees the arrival of the all-new Soul EV with a 280-mile range. The company will also add further hybrid and plug-in hybrid models during the year.


The 2019 results mark the end of a remarkable decade for Kia during which it has delivered 780,000 new cars to UK customers – with the 2019 sales total representing a growth of 92.5 per cent compared to 2010.


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