TEMECULA, CA – Kia Motors America is hoping fleet sales will account for a smaller percentage of its deliveries this year, compared with 2009. The segment, which includes vehicle sales to government, corporate and daily-rental fleets, made up 28% of KMA’s 300,063 sales last year. That percentage is more typical of the Detroit Three, which for years dumped underperforming models into fleets to boost monthly results. Kia sales this year have the potential to hit an all-time record, and ...
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