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Cranbrook Kia announces its Grand Opening this Saturday

 Cranbrook Kia has been transformed over the past few months into a brand new state-of-the-art dealership to better service it’s local clients. - Photo Yves Michaud
Cranbrook Kia has been transformed over the past few months into a brand new state-of-the-art dealership to better service it’s local clients.
— image credit: Photo Yves Michaud

You may have noticed construction crews busy over the last couple of months at Cranbrook Kia.

The transformation into their new, clean updated facility is more than just a face lift. It has been rebuilt from the ground-up and the and the inside-out, making it virtually a new dealership.

Featuring a stylish showroom, open and airy offices, a cozy waiting area with fireplace and comfortable furniture and a larger parts/service counter, you’ll find plenty of space and great displays.

The building, located at 1101 Victoria Avenue North in Cranbrook really spruces up the block, complying with Kia Canada’s high standards for their dealerships.

The Kia line of vehicles is one of the fastest growing in terms of sales in Canada. In fact, Kia Canada Inc. achieved a record third quarter with their best September on record attaining an industry-leading 45 consecutive months of sales growth. This comes as no surprise when you see their lineup, combined with the fact that they are part of the fourth largest auto maker in the world. On top of all that, Kia Motors corporation’s brand slogan, “The Power to Surprise”, represents the company’s global commitment to surpassing customer expectations through continuous automotive innovation.

Be sure to stop by and check out the all new Cranbrook Kia with their award winning vehicles and the staff’s award winning smiles.

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