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Kia cee’d Becomes the ‘Best-Seller’ in the Czech Republic and Finland

16.11.2007

Further confirmation that the popular Kia cee’d is becoming a major attraction for C-segment family car buyers in Europe comes with news that this model has claimed the No1 sales spot in two countries during October.

Further confirmation that the popular Kia cee’d is becoming a major attraction for C-segment family car buyers in Europe comes with news that this model has claimed the No1 sales spot in two countries during October. 

In the Czech Republic, Kia cee’d was the best-selling imported car (the top non-Skoda) for the first time in October and was the top-selling imported C-segment car for the second time, having also achieved this accolade in April. Kia’s total sales in October jumped 63% as the brand claimed a 3.47% market share. Over the first 10 months of 2007, Kia sales have climbed 67% enabling the brand to claim a Top 10 position, closely following Opel and beating Fiat. 

In Finland, the Kia cee’d leapt up the sales charts in October and claimed the No1 spot in its class, beating the Golf, Octavia, Auris and Focus, and capturing a 14.9% share of the C-segment.  Kia’s overall market share jumped by 50% to 7.2% during this month.