UK: Now factory-owned with new SUV imminent, Kia sets ambitious 2003 sales target
Kia Motors (UK) is counting on an expanded model line to boost sales 50% to 18,000 cars this year, writes just-auto.com deputy editor Graeme Roberts. Perhaps anxious to dispel cynics who might suggest that a car company ranked 28th in the 2002 car sales league table with 12,351 units and a piffling 0.48% share of the UK market is dreaming, PR chief Paul Carter adds a rider or two to the claim.
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