Kia should check the security cameras at its offices.I will admit that Kia's new offerings are looking very nice. My next vehicle in Korea will likely be a LPG-powered Kia Sorrento, but the Kia Sportage does look nice.
To drive the 2011 Sportage EX all-wheel drive is to think a roving band of German engineers broke into Kia headquarters during the vehicle's development and replaced the original blueprints with a set of their own.
The thing drives, looks, and in some cases costs like it's straight out of Bavaria, rather than South Korea.
Pearls of witticism from 'Bo the Blogger: Kushibo's Korea blog... Kushibo-e Kibun... Now with Less kimchi, more nunchi. Random thoughts and commentary (and indiscernibly opaque humor) about selected social, political, economic, and health-related issues of the day affecting "foreans," Koreans, Korea and East Asia, along with the US, especially Hawaii, Orange County and the rest of California, plus anything else that is deemed worthy of discussion. Forza Corea!
Thursday, September 2, 2010
Ich bin ein Kia
gives Kia a backhanded compliment by suggesting its cars seem more German than Korean:
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