Kia announces expansion of after-sales service networkKia Motors said yesterday it will upgrade its after-sales service network by next year, enhancing facilities and expanding service centers.
The automaker affiliated with Hyundai Motor Group said four existing service centers will be relocated to improve customer accessibility and new service centers will be opened in Changwon, Daejeon and Seongdong district in Seoul.
The center in Seoul opened in November, while construction of the other will be completed later this year. It said four other centers will be remodeled.
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