A new Kia dealership rises in the Libis area. Kia Acropolis is the brand’s newest location and it puts the brand’s new corporate identity on full display. The opening also marks the 7th dealership to open with Kia’s all-new corporate identity, which puts warm tones and modern aesthetics in its showrooms to further match the designs and the technologies of its cars.
The newly-inaugurated dealership follows in the footsteps of Kia Alabang, Kia Sto. Tomas, Kia BGC, Kia Ortigas, and Kia Kawit. Kia Acropolis is, again, the 7th in the brand’s portfolio of dealerships that showcase the new corporate identity and it will be managed by Autoklassik Motors, a Filipino-owned corporation that had its first start with Kia in August 10, 2010.
“After 13 years as a Kia dealer we have witnessed all of Kia’s innovations. I believe what we are really celebrating is what Kia has become through the years and I am so proud to be a Kia dealer—and user—myself.”
Kia Acropolis will be a full-fledged dealership and it will be able to complete sales, service, and spare parts jobs for its customers and Kia clients. So apart from basic servicing and repair needs, the dealership will also be able to handle body repair and painting services.
Manny Aligada, the president of Kia Philippines, said that “the industry is back to pre-pandemic levels in terms of overall sales. Everyone was hungry to back into the business and to ride their new cars, so Kia has been riding that crest. He also went on to state that Kia grew 76 percent in 2021, and 34 percent in 2022 which outpaced the industry.
During the inaugural event, one of the models on display was the Kia EV6, apart from the full stable of cars from the South Korean brand. Kia Acropolis is located on E. Rodriguez Jr. Ave. Brgy Bagumbayan, Libis Quezon City.
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