Kia Middle East and Africa has won a deal to supply 60 units of the Kia Quoris to the Kuwait National Assembly.
The National Agencies Group, will take on the responsibility of supplying the fleet, said a statement.
Lawmakers scrutinising Kuwait's sovereign wealth fund will soon travel to Britain to check on the activities of its London arm, the head of the Kuwaiti parliament's financial committee told Reuters on Monday.
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Kia Motors, a leading automobile company, has launched a new version of its A-segment city hatchback, the Picanto.
The vehicle now features a range of dynamic and visual improvements to maintain its competitiveness and its positio
A A Bin Hindi has opened its second Kia showroom in Sitra.
The new showroom was opened yesterday (April 21) by Industry and Commerce Minister Zayed Al Zayani, A A Bin Hindi Group chairman Abdullah Ahmed Bin Hindi, Kia Motors Corpo
Bin Hindi Motors, an A A Bin Hindi Group firm, has been recognised by Kia Motors Corporation with the 'Platinum Prestigious Award and Certification'.
It is awarded only to the global top three per cent of all Kia dealers,
Kia Motors has unveiled its latest concept car – the Kia Novo – at the Seoul Motor Show 2015.
Featuring bold, coupé-inspired styling and a minimalist, driver-focused cabin, the Kia Novo hints at the design direc
Kia Middle East and Africa has revealed the winners of its annual Regional Distributor Awards at a ceremony in Spain recently.
The awards celebrate the performance of Kia’s regional partners across a wide number of categorie
Al Majid Motors Co, the sole distributor of KIA Motors in the UAE, has launched the all-new KIA Grand Carnival during its ‘KIA on Tour’ road show event.
Featuring a bold and distinctive crossover utility vehicle (CUV)-
Kia Middle East and Africa has collaborated with Google to broadcast the ‘4D’ show launch of the new Kia Sorento and Kia Carnival in Saudi Arabia via ‘YouTube Live Stream’ in partnership with Aljabr Automotive the sole di
South Korea's Hyundai Motor Group, the world's fifth-largest automaker, said on Tuesday it would spend $73 billion over four years on expanding capacity, building new headquarters and developing new vehicles.