TheStreet.com  May 27  Comment 
Kia's iconic dancing and singing hamsters are back in a new ad for the Kia Soul brand of cars after a two-year hiatus. Kia Motors America's COO Michael Sprague says, "After two years, our dealers and consumers and many other people kept...
Automotive World  May 27  Comment 
Kia’s Henry Bzeih tells Martin Kahl that the OEM is serious about self-driving cars The post It’s a date: Kia to deliver autonomous cars by 2030 appeared first on Automotive World.
Automotive World  May 24  Comment 
Steven Sherman, Fuel Economy Development Engineer, Hyundai – Kia Technical Center has been confirmed as a speaker at Fuel Economy Detroit. Steven Sherman is a Fuel Economy Development Engineer at the Hyundai-Kia America Technical Center, Inc....
New York Times  May 5  Comment 
A fourth-generation S.U.V. gets what it needs to keep pace in a fiercely competitive segment with a refined suspension, better visibility and, on the high end, a near-luxury interior.
Automotive World  Apr 29  Comment 
In its 25 year in the UK Kia has sold 750,000 cars Customer Peter Holland collected his Sportage GT-Line from Draycotts Draycotts of Sutton in Ashfield also celebrating 25 years as a Kia Dealer Kia Motors (UK) Ltd is celebrating selling its...
Finance Asia  Apr 14  Comment 
Outsized order book for rare long-dated Korean paper.
The Economic Times  Apr 11  Comment 
South Korea's top carmaker Hyundai Motor and its affiliate Kia Motors have sold almost 100 million vehicles in 54 years after their establishment.





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Market Share

U.S. Auto Industry Market Share by Sales
Manufacturer May-06[1] May-07[2] May-08[2]
GM25%24%19%
Toyota15%17%18%
Ford17%17%15%
Chrysler13%13%11%
Honda9%9%12%
Nissan6%6%7%
Hyundai-5%6%
BMW-2%2%
Volkswagen-2%2%
Daimler-1%2%
Global Auto Industry Market Share by Production[3][4]
Manufacturer Rank 2007 2008 Change in Production Manufacturer Rank 2007 2008 Change in Production
GM113.0%11.9%-11%Suzuki113.6%3.8%1%
Toyota211.8%13.3%8%Chrysler123.5%2.7%-25%
Volkswagen38.7%9.3%3%Daimler132.9%3.1%4%
Ford48.7%7.8%-13%BMW142.1%2.1%-7%
Honda55.4%5.6%0%Mitsubishi152.0%1.9%-7%
PSA64.8%4.8%-4%Kia161.9%2.0%2%
Nissan74.8%4.9%-1%Mazda171.8%1.9%5%
Fiat83.7%3.6%-6%Avtovaz181.0%1.2%9%
Renault93.7%3.5%-9%Faw191.0%0.9%-6%
Hyundai103.6%4.0%6%Tata200.8%1.1%36%



U.S. Auto Industry 2008 Market Share by Sales (May 2008)
U.S. Auto Industry 2008 Market Share by Sales (May 2008)[2]
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