Why expired... I was waiting for feedback from a happy/unhappy buyer.
Motorhouse are doing delivery mileage Kia Carens for £7,999, which is a blinding deal for a perfectly decent 7 seat MPV. Certainly a much better car for the money than the featured Magentis.
Actually... 1. Kia is owned by Hyundai 2. Ford have used Kia cars in their product line in the USA so Ford have used Kia engines (technically Mazda based) Back on track - why would you want to insult Kia/Hyundai - they are streets ahead of our own car industry (what car industry I hear most folks say?) and increasing quality consistently - almost to Japanese levels which is THE benchmark these days. I was given a Kia Sportage (2.7L V6) long term rental when I was over in Oregon during 2007 and to say I was disappointed when they gave me the keys was an understatement :oops: Well I can honestly say that within 5 minutes I was very impressed by the car in all aspects :w00t: The only negative was that when driving at highway speeds there was a bit much road noise. Based on my 4 month experience of a Kia Sportage I'd have no hesitation of buying a Kia at all. Now back to this particular deal - the Kia Optima (the US name of the car) is usually on sale for around $14,000 with a 2.4L engine - this price just brings it more inline with the US pricing structure - however in the USA you get a 10 year 100,000 miles warranty! I'd be very happy to drive around in one of these cars - however, due to the depreciation factor, it wouldn't make financial sense to me.
I would'nt say misrepresentation.... more lie/cheat/con/.. made you look?
That's a sneaky bit of misrepresentation by the dealer, look at the actual ad... Probably still wouldn't have a Kia myself, though I know a few people who swear by them (nat at them).