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Kia Motors changes the test-driving game

Columbian Autocar Corporation, the exclusive distributor of Kia vehicles in the Philippines, is giving Kia fans the chance to experience an innovative new take on the tired, old test drive process. The high-tech Kia Hands On Driveprogram  limits the influence of sales representatives in the testing stage to let customershave a more engaging driving experience while they test out the cars.

This is the first program of its kind to be rolled out in the world, and the Philippines is one thefirst two countries to experience this new and exciting way of test driving cars.Simply  book  an  appointment   for  a   test   drive   at   kiahandson.com   and   download   the  KiaHands On app on your mobile device. 

Kia Picanto (Photo from Wikipedia)
Columbian Autocar says the app is available in the App Store for IOS and onGoogle Play for android devices. The app  will serve as your key and will allow you to unlock and start the car once your test drive begins.

Administrators will be monitoring the test drives remotely via GPS. The unique set-up, where the test driver won’t be accompanied by a Kia representative, gives the customer a relaxedand comfortable test drive experience.

Available for test-drive will be the Picanto, one of the best-selling subcompact hatchbacks inthe country. A mainstay on Philippine streets, the Picanto is petite, nimble and accessible.The Rio, Kia’s versatile compact sedan will look to excite test drivers with its impressive fueleconomy and standout looks.

Topics: Columbian Autocar Corporation , Kia Motors , test-driving game
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