Kia Bethlehem meets every client’s needs

2016-07-13 06:00
THE Kia Bethlehem showroom on the corner of Muller and Bruwer Street.

THE Kia Bethlehem showroom on the corner of Muller and Bruwer Street.

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KIA BETHLEHEM has been in Bethlehem since 2004, being part of the fastest-growing vehicle business in the world.

Kia Bethlehem began with a showroom and workshop in Church Street, but has been doing business for the last few years from a new, modern premises in Muller Street, with the showroom for new vehicles just before the Jordaan River and their used car section just a little up the road.

Kia Bethlehem is a part of the LS Group, with branches in Upington, Welkom and Port Shepstone, with Philip Jacobs as the principal dealer in Bethlehem and managing director of the group.

Kia provides an excellent product, with their vehicles priced accordingly. For instance, a Kia Picanto with air conditioning and powersteering costs R129 995. A monthly payment is R2 099 with no deposit needed.

They have a wide range of vehicles, such as the Kia Rio, Cerato, Soul, Sportage, Sorento and Sedona, priced for every client’s specific needs.

The LS Group is part of the 80 agencies in the country giving clients the peace of mind they need.

Kia Bethlehem’s workshop has master technicians. Willie Howard, the workshop manager, is one of the best master technicians in the world. Howard participated in Kia’s national master technician competition, in which he came second. Thereafter, he participated in Korea to become one of the top 50 master technicians in the world.

The workshop services and repairs all Kia vehicles, as well as vehicles of any other make.

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