Kia Service brings ‘family-like care’ to customers

Columbian Autocar Corp., exclusive distributor of Kia vehicles in the Philippines, prides itself with providing top-of-the-line vehicles to its customers.

With every purchase, Kia buyers not only get the finest products but they also receive exceptional after-sales services.  For Kia, excellence doesn’t stop when their customers drive away their brand-new car. With the brand’s “Family-like care” philosophy, their customers get to enjoy being treated with the same dedication and care given to family members.

In line with this service spirit, CAC organizes the Kia Family Service for Kia owners all over the country. This customer care program allows consumers to bring in their vehicles for free checkup and diagnosis by Kia Master technicians with the assistance of CAC engineers. For customers with 2009 models and above, they can avail of free selected items like Oil Filter, Air Filter, Wiper Blade and Aircon Filter until supplies last. For 2008 models and below, Kia genuine parts will be available with marked-down prices.

The Kia Family Service program, which started last Feb. 9 at Kia Pasay and Feb. 16 at Kia Sucat, will also be conducted in selected dealerships and commercial malls on the following dates: Feb.  23 at Kia Metroeast; March  2 at Kia Fairview; Feb. 9 at Kia Global; Feb. 23-24 at SM Pampanga; April  6 at Kia Molino; May  18-19 at SM Cebu; Aug. 3-4 at SM Cagayan de Oro; and Oct. 12-13 at SM Davao.

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