For parents, there’s nothing like watching your children grow and successfully graduate from their studies. Columbian Autocar Corporation (CAC), the exclusive distributor of Kia vehicles, knows this great feeling all too well. To celebrate this milestone, they’ve recently come up with this new raffle promo called “Pic a Forte.”
Now choosing the perfect gift for your newly-grad has become easier. All you have to do is to head to the nearest Kia dealership and avail the latest Picanto. By doing so, you get a chance to win a brand new Forte Koup.
With its sleek styling and compact size, the Picanto is well-suited to take them in and around the urban jungle for some time off or (most importantly) to find their chosen career.
Within the Picanto is an ambiance that helps to keep them comfortable and enjoyed. Aside from the bucket-type front seats and 60:40 split-folding back seats, it also has a 4-speaker AM/FM audio system with CD/MP3 playback to inspire them with today’s hottest beats on the airwaves.
The Kia Picanto is offered in 2 gasoline-fed variants; the 1.0 EX MT and the 1.2 EX AT. The former carries a 1.0L inline 3-cylinder engine with a 5-speed manual transmission, while the latter presents a 1.2L inline 4-cylinder and a 4-speed automatic.
On the other hand, the Forte Koup evokes thrill and spirited driving thanks to its aerodynamic exterior, inviting interior, and a 2.0L gasoline engine with a 6-speed automatic transmission with Sports Mode.
If you have 2 newly-grads in the family or if you just want to have a 2nd car, joining the Kia Pic a Forte could be your best bet. But you better hurry as this promo runs from March 1, 2016 to April 30, 2016 only.
For more of Kia Philippines and the vehicle mentioned above, check out the AutoDeal Car Guide.
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