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A tale of two Kia shops

Autohub Group holds simultaneous opening of Kia Otis and Kia Marikina

THE RAPID EXPANSION of Kia Philippines has been further accelerated by the simultaneous opening of Kia Otis and Kia Marikina — both under the multi-branded Autohub Group.

These dealerships are the 43rd and 44th Kia dealerships in the country. Both dealerships, which also showcase Kia’s new global look, bring the Kia brand experience closer to car buyers in the Manila and Marikina areas.

Kia Otis and Kia Marikina will enhance the ownership journey by offering next-level service, thanks to their very convenient locations and comfortable facilities. Sales, after-sales, maintenance, and support services make sure that all customers’ needs are taken care of in a timely and professional manner.

These two new dealerships are strategic in their locations. Kia Otis, located in the heart of the bustling city of Manila, offers a convenient venue that is easily accessible to those who live and work near Manila Bay and the Port Area.

Meanwhile, Kia Marikina will cater to the growing population in the shoemaking capital of the Philippines, and the sprawling urbanized eastern countryside.

The opening of Kia Otis and Kia Marikina embodies Kia’s tagline and its commitment to its loyal customers. “This event brings a ‘Movement that Inspires’ closer to the people, and we are proud to welcome the Autohub Group into our growing family,” said Kia Philippines President Manny Aligada.

“Opening not just one but two new dealerships is indeed a milestone for us. Under the experienced management of the Autohub Group, we are confident that Kia Otis and Kia Marikina will bring even more joy to our treasured customers. We look forward to a meaningful and fruitful partnership with the Autohub Group in the years to come,” Mr. Aligada added.

The Autohub Group has been the purveyor of some of the most iconic brands renowned throughout the world like Mini, Rolls-Royce, Lotus, Vespa, and Triumph. With 24 years of experience in the automotive industry, the Autohub Group continues to forge new partnerships.

“We believe in the Kia brand, which is why we have committed to opening two dealerships at the same time. Kia is very desirable, its model mix is very timely, and we feel that it is a perfect fit for our growing portfolio of trusted car brands — while providing an array of automotive choices in all segments and fleet solutions to our customers,” said Autohub Group President Willy Tee Ten.

“The decision to carry Kia is an obvious one. The brand has shown strong growth and has massive potential, and that’s what we need now in Autohub,” added Mr. Tee Ten.

Kia Otis is located at 1120 Pres. Quirino Avenue Extension Brgy. 827 Zone 89, Paco, Manila with contact numbers (02) 8561-0973 or 74 and 0917-834-7986, while Kia Marikina is located at A. Bonifacio Avenue, Loyola Subdivision, Barangka, Marikina City with contact numbers (02) 846-30172 and 0916-544-1142.

For more information on Kia, visit the Kia Philippines website at, like and follow Kia Philippines on Facebook and Instagram, and subscribe to its YouTube channel.

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