The Honda Accord, which started production in 1976, has steadily grown into the hearts of drivers over the years. In the late ‘90s, before the SUV craze, this was the vehicle for upper management, as it had the space and exuded class.
Currently, in its 10th generation, starting in 2017, the Accord is still fighting the good battle in the shrinking sedan market. This iteration is a bit broader and comes with a longer wheelbase than the previous one.Read more
Gone are the days when car buyers had to settle for one type of car, especially when it comes to SUVs. Kia as a global brand maintains that a car should represent the owner and the possibilities should be endless. That’s why the brand’s car designs have shifted and evolved over the years, creating sleeker models, and packing more space and technology into each. Kia has an impressive line of SUVs that give the competition a run for their money and the introduction of the all-new 2021 Sonet, a compact SUV, to the Jamaican market means customers will have even more thrilling travel experiences to look forward to.Read more
The Kia Sorento has always been knocking on the door of the upscale, luxury, sport utility vehicle (SUV) segment. For 2021, it kicks that door wide open and cements itself as a viable contender above its Asian rivals and German contemporaries.
This begins with fresh sheet metal that screams opulence at every angle. There’s only so much that can be done with an SUV’s boxy practical shape, but Kia makes the Sorento stand out with bold creases and sharp muscular lines. The brand’s tiger nose grille gets a futuristic update flacked by dramatic LED headlights. In the rear the vertical lighting hints at Kia’s cat-like design philosophy. Opt for the higher trims and larger 20-inch wheels are available for even more stunning looks.Read more
Kia unveils new logo and global brand slogan to ignite its bold transformation for the future
Kia has revealed its new corporate logo and global brand slogan that signify the automaker’s bold transformation and all-new brand purpose. The introduction of the new logo represents Kia’s ambitions to establish a leadership position in the future mobility industry by revamping nearly all facets of its business.
The logo is a symbol of Kia’s new brand purpose and the values it promises to offer customers through future products and services, and the experiences these enable. Kia seals its brand promise by developing the new logo to resemble a handwritten signature. The rhythmical, unbroken line of the logo conveys Kia’s commitment to bringing moments of inspiration, while its symmetry demonstrates confidence. The rising gestures of the logo embody Kia’s rising ambitions for the brand, and, more importantly, what it offers customers.Read more