Saturday, November 6, 2010

2011 Super car Kia-Sportage

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2011 Super car Kia-Sportage

The name Kia was derived from the Sino-Korean word ki, which means to come out, and the word a which means Asia. Translated it means to arise or come out of Asia or rising out of Asia.

Starting in 1986 Kia entered a partnership with Ford to produce several Mazda based vehicles for sale in South Korea and to be exported into other countries.

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2011 Super car Kia-Sportage

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2011 Super car Kia-Sportage

In this article, I list those sedans, wagons, hatchbacks, and sport-utility vehicles by Hyundai and Kia whose 2010 Car Reliability Grade Point Average for the most recent age range, 0 to 4 years old, exceed General Motors Corporation's mean 2010 Reliability GPA for the same recent model years. GM's mean GPA, 1.25, is chosen as it falls between Ford's 2.21 and Chrysler's 0.99. The Reliability Grade Point Average uses the standard scale of 0 to 4.

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