DETROIT – Kia Motors America had one of the highest fleet percentages among Asian brands in the U.S. last year, but company officials say the number was lower than 2009’s and this year should see another drop. “It’s probably down to 20%,” Tom Loveless, KMA vice president-sales, tells Ward’s in a recent interview here, compared with 28% in 2009. Kia sold 356,268 light vehicles in 2010, Ward’s data show. Loveless reiterates the 2009 fleet mix was high because companies delayed ...

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