During these times, many people are realizing that having a car that’s ready to go anytime you need it is crucial. Having your own car means you can go out for grocery runs, buy necessary supplies, or go to work in the security of your own private bubble.
Kia Philippines knows this. As such, the company is lending a hand to prospective car buyers by extending the Red Hot Deals Program until April 30, 2021. Under this program, more people will have access to quality products from the Korean brand, with up to Php 430,000 in discounts. Models participating in the said promo include the space-efficient Picanto city car, the Soluto sedan, and the Sportage crossover, among other Kia models.
The compact but capable Kia Picanto
For the compact yet capable Picanto, Kia is offering as much as Php 91,000 off its standard retail price. Under the same promo, one can also drive this model home for a low Php 8,499 monthly amortization. Of note, the LX MT variant is this model’s entry level trim, and it comes with a price tag of Php 590,000.
Next up is the Kia Soluto subcompact sedan. It is powered by a 1.4-liter gasoline inline-4 engine, and it offers decent room for up to five occupants including the driver. Under the said promo, this Kia model can come with a Php 80,000 discount. The entry level trim of the Soluto is the LX MT, which comes with a regular price of Php 665,000. For Soluto, the promo is also offering a low monthly deal of Php 9,579.
The stylish and hard-working Kia Soluto
For those wanting something larger than a sedan, there’s the Kia Sportage LX Diesel. This particular variant has a standard retail price of Php 1,545,000, but with the Red Hot Deals, Kia is offering it with up to Php 300,000 off of its price.
For more details about the Red Hot Deals Program, please visit Kia Philippine’s official website. For the latest car news, car reviews, and car maintenance tips, keep it here on Philkotse.com.
Know more about Kia Picanto
<p>The Picanto is a city car manufactured by South Korean automaker Kia, sold under various names across Asian markets since 2004. Currently on its third generation, the name was derived from the Spanish word <em>picante, </em>meaning spicy or hot. The Picanto has been a recipient of the Red Dot Design Award in Europe in 2018 for the Car Design category, having been penned by Audi TT designer Peter Schreyer. </p> <p>In the Philippines, the model is sold in four variants with six exterior color options. <br /> </p>
Cesar G.B. Miguel