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All-new Kia Sportage debuts with special introductory offer

All-new Kia Sportage debuts with special introductory offer

Kia’s flagship SUV, the 2022 Sportage, will be available for test drives at Kia dealers around the country from November.

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Kia presents all-new Sportage - the ultimate urban SUV

The fifth-generation Kia Sportage has been carefully crafted from the ground-up to be the ultimate urban SUV.

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Kia releases first official images of 2022 Sportage

Kia Corporation has today revealed the official images of the stunning all-new Sportage, an SUV that has been carefully crafted to inspire customers with its interior and exterior design.

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Kia teases first images of all-new Sportage

Kia Corporation has revealed the first official teaser images of the all-new Sportage – the fifth incarnation of the brand’s most popular SUV model.

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Kia Sportage and Stinger recall pending

Kia New Zealand has been made aware of a recall action in Australia for Kia QL Sportage MY2016-2021 and CK Stinger MY2017-2019.

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Kia teams up with Auckland Rugby

Kia is teaming up with Auckland Rugby to help drive the sport forward within our most populated region.

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Kia’s number 1 SUV gets even better

Kia’s best-selling Sportage SUV is now even more desirable as a result of upgrades for 2019 with a refreshed look and more safety equipment as standard.

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Kia New Zealand

Delays for new vehicle arrivals

There is currently a worldwide shortage of the key electronic components required in many parts of a new vehicle. Without these components (called “semi-conductors”) the assembly of a new vehicle can be delayed, or in some cases can be impossible. Kia NZ is working closely with Kia Corporation to optimise NZ Kia production however delays are currently being experienced for NZ Kia customers.

Depending on the model and specification, delays can range from six weeks to six months plus. Your Kia dealer can advise you of the expected lead time for your specific vehicle. If you would like to contact us please click here. We would like to thank all of our customers for their support and patience during this time.