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Kia Invests in IONITY Charging Network

Kia Invests in IONITY Charging Network

Kia Motors Company has announced that it has invested into IONITY, along with Hyundai Motor Company, which is a joint venture established by global automakers. Under this agreement, Kia, with the help of other automakers, will play a key role in further enhancing the availability of electric vehicle charging stations via the IONITY Charging Network. IONITY was established in 2017 and currently has nearly 140 charging stations in Europe and is expanding its network to 400 fast-charging stations by 2020….

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2020 Kia Telluride Safety Receives IIHS TOP SAFETY PICK Rating

2020 Kia Telluride Safety Receives IIHS TOP SAFETY PICK Rating

When you’re driving your family around town, it’s likely that you want the peace of mind that comes along with having a safe vehicle. Recently, the 2020 Kia Telluride safety has been recognized by the prestigious Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), making it a solid option for a safe, family-friendly vehicle. The 2020 Telluride recently earned the IIHS TOP SAFETY PICK rating after being put through stringent crash tests. To earn this title, the Telluride had to earn the…

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Kia HabaNiro Concept Hints at Future EV Design

Kia HabaNiro Concept Hints at Future EV Design

Earlier this year in New York City, Kia unveiled the new Kia HabaNiro concept, meant to foreshadow the future of Kia’s electric vehicle design. Cleverly named after the habanero pepper and Kia’s current Niro EV, the new HabaNiro concept is bold in its design, capable in its performance and technology, and incredibly efficient. All at once, the concept accomplishes butterfly wing doors, a level-five autonomous mode, and an all-electric range of more than 200 miles. “We wanted this concept to…

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How to Improve Fuel Economy and Spend Less at the Pump

How to Improve Fuel Economy and Spend Less at the Pump

Everyone loves saving money, but not everyone knows how to make their dollar stretch at the gas pump. There are a range of things you can do to improve fuel economy, including changing your driving habits and maintaining your vehicle. By adhering to these tips, you’ll find yourself stopping less during your summer road trip. According to How Stuff Works, one of the best ways to save on gas is to simply slow down. Don’t speed, but also avoid accelerating…

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