Kia Makes Strong Growth a Goal Worldwide

South Korean automaker Kia made public their aggressive goals to grow sales in 2012 by ten percent in the U.S. and a whopping 22.8 percent in Europe. When averaged out with sales goals for the rest of the world, it equals approximately 9.5%.

So why is Kia trying to strive for such numbers across the Atlantic, an area not exactly experiencing large economic growth?In fact, Kiefer Kia can honestly say the last couple years have been a bit difficult in the U.S. and far worse overseas.

Well Kiefer Kia is not going to sugar coat it and say its going to be a cake walk, especially with Europe's shrinking market, but in the end, we are very confident. The new Kia models offer something for everyone, and on the positive side, industry experts are forecasting recover in the U.S.  Its going to be a challenging year, and we're up to that challenge.

Some infrastructure growth will be among the first things Kia does to try and accomplish these goals, and that includes a new plant in China, an updated Cee'd compact in Europe and an all-new, generously-sized premium K9 sedan in South Korea.

Make sure to check Kiefer Kia's blog often and see how Kia is doing with their 2012 goals. Also, don't forget to peruse the current award-winning, new Kia models online. If you have any questions, or find one you'd like to take for a spin around Eugene, OR, simply contact Kiefer Kia online, or stop by 1810 W. 7th Street  Eugene,OR.

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