A Guide to Financing Your New Kia Purchase

new kia vehiclesPrior to buying a brand new ride, it pays to have good knowledge about the processes involved. You must not settle for something that seems ‘too good to be true’ and familiarize yourself with the latest happenings in the marketplace, local dealers, and new make/models of vehicles. Subsequently, you have to study well, perform great research, and soon you will be bumping in a ride that is well worth you paid for. However, where owning a new vehicle is almost everybody’s dream, only a few people can actually afford the costs.

Unless you have just won the lottery or been hoarding cash for past few years, the only way you can buy a “new” ride is if you obtain financing through a loan. Bear in mind this is not a bad thing. Financing can actually help you in purchasing a ride in much simpler and less burdening terms. If your credit rating is “excellent”, you can leverage amazing interest rates with 0% down payment. However, even if the ratings are “poor”, you can still manage to get a new car with a financing plan that suits your budgetary limitations.

Are you planning to purchase a new Kia ride? If so, then don’t hesitate on reading this detailed guide on financing car purchases.

Do Buyers Have the Ability of Paying in Cash?

Not many people have the appropriate finances available for buying a new ride in full-cash payment, but yes, it is completely possible. If you’re a super saver and can easily write a check (without breaking your bank and totaling your limit), then you should have no problem paying in cash.

In fact, by avoid taking out a plan and making interest payments, you can save thousands of dollars on the final bill. Dealers are more willing to offer exceptional discounts to those buyers who pay for a new ride in cash. You can leverage amazing incentives and rebates, resulting in significant savings.

How Much Down Payment Should Buyers Put Down?

In circumstances, you are not able to buy a new ride in full-cash payment; it is always a good option to obtain automobile financing. If you choose this option, it is recommended that you put down a 20% down payment in cash of the car’s total value.

By doing this, you are knocking out at least fifth of your total financing loan. This makes it easier for you to pay off your loan. If you can secure a low interest rate and have excellent credit rating, it may not be necessary to put down such a large down payment.

On a general note though, the more you can pay in down payment, the better off you will be.

Who Should Provide You with Financing for New Kia Purchase?

When it comes to obtaining financing for a new Kia, you have plenty of options available. Many different lenders will happily provide you a loan. However, this doesn’t mean that you accept the very first offer you get. It is imperative that you do your research, shop around, and analyze different lenders’ deals – before picking one that’s best for you.

Credit Union Loan

If you want to leverage the best interest rates on the market, there is no better option than a Credit Union Loan. However, the only catch with this financing option is that credit unions only lend money to their members. This means, it is imperative for you to have an account with them. If you aren’t already a member, you can easily sign up, open an account, and ask for financing by obtaining a loan that suits your budget limitations and monthly income.

A Dealer Loan

Dealerships have their own special financing deals that buyers can leverage. Every dealer will offer you their own unique loan plans through one of their affiliated banks. Since dealers are more “accepting” of borrowers, as they may good business – they will be more willing to accept buyers with bad credit or young buyers with limited credit. This special financing does come at a price though, in the form of high interest rates. When compared to other lenders, dealership-sponsored loans increase car prices.

However, if you want to leverage nothing but the BEST rates, do not hesitate on visiting Burlington Kia. With years of experience in the field of selling cars, we have a specialist Finance Department that works hard to come up with a financing plan that best suits your needs and requirements, without empting your pockets or breaking your bank. You can even take advantage of special deals for new Kia vehicles, including the Cadenza, Sorento, Soul, and Rio.

A Bank Loan

You can always qualify from a local bank for an auto loan, depending on whether you have a good credit rating or not. These loans are preferable over dealership loans, but often have to be approved with a strenuous and tiring process. The dealership will need to get into contact with the bank, before letting you take the car home. This means, you need to seek pre-approval of the dealership, before ever finalizing the loan and its monthly payments.

What Type of Loan Should You Get?

Once you explore your options by visiting different lenders, opt for financing that offers you the best and lowest interest rate. Most auto loans will come with five, four or three-year terms, depending on how much you can afford. It is usually best to opt for a short term. Yes, your monthly payments will be high. However, the total cost of the vehicle will be lower. As a general rule of thumb, the longer the duration of your loan, the higher the costs of the vehicle. This means, where the vehicle might cost you $22,000 in three years, it might raise up to $24,000 by five-years. However, it all depends on your financial condition, stability is an important factor when determining the duration of a particular loan.

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Therefore, now that you are familiar with the types of loans available, obtaining financing for your new Kia purchase won’t be a problem.

10 Best East Coast Road Trip Destinations

road tripIf you’re thinking about taking a road trip this summer, you have essentially two options when it comes to planning. You could either not plan your trip at all and just go wherever the road takes you or you could plan the entire trip, including each stop you want to make. There is middle ground, too. You could simply decide where you want to end up, and make your way there without any set of plan of when you want to get there or how you are going to get there. If you’re interested in some of the very best destinations on the east coast, here are ten of them:

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1. Shelter Island, New York – New York isn’t that far away, but when most people visit this state, they do so to visit New York City. Why not branch out and see what else this state has to offer. Shelter Island is located somewhere between the Hamptons and North Fork, and it gets none of the touristy attention that either of those two locations get. There are lots of places to stay, miles of beach to hang out on, and plenty of delicious places to eat, all tucked away on a small island.

2. Nantucket, Massachusetts – This is one of the lesser known beach destinations for the rich and famous. That, of course, doesn’t mean that you have to be rich and famous to visit. Besides being fun to say, there’s lots to do in Nantucket and it makes an ideal beach destination. After a long drive, there will be nothing better than feeling the sand between your toes. Famous for its swanky bars and upscale eateries, you’ll never go hungry or thirsty. Though there are plenty of accommodations and amenities, this place also has a serious small-town vibe that makes it a great destination for your east coast road trip.

3. Kennebunkport, Maine – Have you ever heard of Kennebunkport? If not, you’re not alone. This is a village in Maine, complete with antique stores and little mom and pop boutiques. If you’re interested in seeing lighthouses, there is probably no better seaside destination than this one. There are even tours that you can go on, to see where local osprey and eagles make their nests along the shoreline.

4. Montauk, New York – Another destination that is not exactly that far away, Montauk makes a great road trip for those who might be short on time. It’s essentially the last place you can drive to on Long Island, and has been made famous for hosting the likes of Paul Simon. This is a surfing beach area, but there’s lots of sand to go around, even if you are not interested in catching a few waves. There are places to dive, as well as places to find great food and drink before you head back home.

5. Outer Banks, North Carolina – This area is reportedly the last home of Blackbeard, the pirate. Today, there are some pirate-themed restaurants, but the real draw is, of course, the beach, the swimming, the diving, and the lighthouse. There’s lots to see and do if you choose this as the final destination for your road trip, including diving around the barrier islands, where many people believe there are ancient shipwrecks still teeming with gold.

6. Brewster, Massachusetts – If you are interested in having a truly east coast experience, Brewster is a great choice of destination. Though it is technically part of Cape Cod, it is not as busy as the rest of the area, despite there being just as much to do and just as many great places to eat. Nickerson State Park, for example, is located in Brewster, where you will find acres of thick woods and ponds that were formed by the glaciers that were once in this area. Of course, there is also a sandy beach that is ideal for swimming or just getting a tan.

7. Long Beach, New York – You’re probably familiar with Long Beach as a beach in California, but what about the one on the east coast? It’s not too far from New York City, so if you want to make NYC the final destination of your trip, you could always just make a road trip out to Long Beach on a day when you have nothing else planned. The historical boardwalk and clean beaches definitely make this worth a visit.

8. St. Michael’s, Maryland – If you’re going to be taking the American history route on your road trip (visiting Philadelphia, Baltimore, and D.C.), St. Michael’s is a logical destination—not because it has anything to do with American history, but because it’s close to these three locations and boasts a wide variety of activities, including a beach. There is a great Frederic Douglass walking tour that does make this destination on-theme.

9. North Fork, New York – This is another great destination if you only have a few days for your road trip. You literally cannot find a more quaint New England town, right down the roads lined with fruit stands and the sprawling country farms that neighbor the area.

10. Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts – If you’ve never been, summer is the perfect time to go. You’ll enjoy your drive getting there, too, which would take you through some of the prettiest parts of the east coast. Touring the island by bike is a favorite of all who visit, and there are plenty of trails and side streets to explore if you do pick this as the destination for your east coast road trip.

Getting Your Kia Ready for Winter: Cleaning and Organization Tips

Now that it is officially fall, it’s time to start looking forward to winter. Winter means a break from school and fun family holidays, but it also means harsh weather conditions and difficult driving. Driving a Kia means you have plenty of safety features that can make driving on cold days much less dangerous, but that doesn’t mean that your car doesn’t need a little bit of preparation in order to be read for colder weather. Here are some cleaning, organization, and maintenance tips that will make sure you and your Kia are ready for winter:

1. Clear out anything left in the car from the summer. If you are still toting around pool toys, swimsuits, or luggage from summer adventures, it’s time to take those things out of your car. While you might want to weight the trunk of your Kia down with other items, use the fall to make room in your vehicle for winter gear like hats, heavy jackets, shovels, ice melt, snow scrapers, blankets, and more. This gear will not only help you clean off your car when it is covered in snow, it will also keep you safe and warm if you are ever stuck away from home on a snowy night. As a third benefit, it can start to weight the rear of your car down, which will help to prevent sliding and slipping on snowy or icy roads.

2. Put a bag of sand in your trunk. Why bother with a bag of sand in your trunk? Not only can you use it to give your car some traction if your tires are stuck in mud or snow, it will also give the rear of your car some much-needed weight. Most cars carry the majority of their weight under the hood, which keeps the front of the car from slipping and sliding. Adding extra weight to the rear of the car can have the same effect. Adding a few bags of sand to the trunk of your car, along with some ice melt and shovels, just in case you ever need to dig yourself out, can provide more than enough weight to keep your Kia gripped to the road.

kia3. Clean off summer dirt and pollen. During the summer, most cars collect dirt, pollen, mud, and road grime. If allowed to stay on your car during the oncoming snows, the cold weather and wetness can actually grind that dirt and grit into your car’s paint job, causing micro scratches that dull your paint job and invite chipping and rust. If you’ve had adventures in your Kia this summer, now is the perfect time to get rid of all of that dirt, before the moisture at the end of the year has the opportunity to damage your vehicle’s surface.

4. Clean out the dirt and pollen from the inside, too. Cars also accumulate dust, dirt, and pollen inside the vehicle. During the spring, summer, and fall, you might be able to air out your vehicle simply by rolling down the windows when you drive. This doesn’t always work in the winter. Not only will it be too cold to drive around with your windows down, there is always the danger of leaving your window down and returning to find your car full of snow or sleet. Taking a few moments to clean out your vehicle’s interior, even by just running a wet wipe over the dashboard, arm rests, and other plastic or composite components can make your car a much more pleasant place to be in the winter.

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 5. Suck it up. Fall is also the perfect time of year to give your car a thorough vacuuming. This will help to remove any lingering dust and grit that could be plaguing your car’s carpeting and upholstery, and will also help to remove pollen that can linger on in your car for months after the spring and summer are over. You’ll have a fresh clean car that is ready for the winter snows.

6. Clean your windshields inside and out. Having clean windshields is perhaps more important during the winter than during any other time of the year. During the winter, the days are shorter, and that means more driving in the dark, when dirty and smudged windshields are very dangerous. Grab your favorite glass cleaner and some paper towels and make sure that the interiors and the exteriors of your windshield are free of dirt, fog, smudges, etc. New cars, especially, will see a build-up of grime on the interior of the windows, that can only be removed by heavy duty glass cleaners and a thorough wipe down. Doing this can prevent glare from streetlights and passing cars from blinding you while driving in what are already dangerous conditions.

7. Have your vehicle serviced. Before winter is the perfect time of year to have your car thoroughly checked out by our qualified service department. We’ll perform any necessary tune ups or repairs that should be made before colder weather hits. It is especially important to have your windshield wiper fluid refilled (as this can help melt and break up ice on your windshield), your wipers checked for efficacy, and your batter checked. Cold weather and the snow and ice that comes along with it effect these three things most often. It’s also a good idea to check the tread on your tires to make sure it is deep enough to handle a little snow on the road.

Avoiding Lemons: How to Buy the Best Used Car

The best way to avoid buying a lemon is to avoid the lemon lot. Still, depending on where you’re shopping, it’s still possible to find a lemon on a used car lot, even if it’s surrounded by reliable, functional cars. One of the perks of shopping on our used car lot is knowing that all of those cars have been serviced and certified—so you’ll never buy a lemon. Here are some other ways you can make sure you’re not purchasing a very used car.

1. Ask to see the car’s history. It’s surprising how many people will buy a used car without asking to see its history. Every used car has a history, and even if the only thing on that car’s history is routine maintenance, at least you’ll know that whoever owned the car before you actually took care of it. If there is absolutely nothing on the car’s history report, that isn’t any reason to panic. Those reports only show what is actually actively reported on those numbers, so it’s unlikely they’ll have a record of every single thing that has ever happened to that car.

2. Look for damage. Some cars will come onto a used lot with a little bit of damage. They get discounted because they’re not in pristine shape. Sometimes, a car will show up on a used lot that looks pristine, but has actually been in a major accident. What’s wrong with having a car that’s been in a major accident? If it’s ever in one again, the occupants of that vehicle are more likely to be hurt, because the car’s frame may not have its original structural integrity. Evidence of repainting or uneven painting can be a good indication that the car has had massive body work done.

best used car3. Inspect the engine. Even if you’re not a car maintenance expert, you probably know what a clean, functional engine should look like. When you buy a vehicle from a used lot like ours, it will already have a maintenance check and be completely ready to go. If you’re not sure, you can always have it inspected again.

4. Check the mileage. Today’s cars are built to last and many will run perfectly smoothly even after 100,000 miles of asphalt. You’ll still want to take a look at the mileage. A two-year-old car that has hundreds of thousands of miles has probably been driven hard. This means it also should have had regular maintenance. If it hasn’t, you might want to stay away. However, an older car with low mileage probably means it didn’t see much action and will still have decades of good miles on it.

5. Research used car prices. Once you’ve found a used car that you want to buy, ask for the make and model and model year and run a quick search for similar cars. You can probably get a good idea of what cars like that are being sold for in our area. A used car is almost always a better deal than buying a new car, but if you don’t check the prices yourself, you might not be getting as great of a deal as you otherwise would. Don’t be afraid to take a moment and step out to make sure that car is properly priced and the seller isn’t trying to sell a used car for more than its worth.

6. Look for out-of-state titles. If you’re not buying a car from a certified used car lot like the one at our Kia dealership, you will probably want to be wary of out-of-state titles. Sometimes, criminals will steal cars and then they will ship them across state lines, where it is more difficult for the police to track them. Some people will also submit a car for salvage, but the buyer will transport it into another state to sell it, instead, as crossing state lines can “wash” the title of that salvage indicator.

 7. Ask the dealership to run a warranty check. If you take the VIN to a dealership that sells the make of the car you want to buy and ask them to run the number for you, they should be able to tell you if any work has been done on that vehicle that was covered by the warranty. For example, if the engine, transmission, brakes, etc. have been replaced within the warranty period, this could tell you that the car has an issue with that component or just that the car has a new transmission, engine, brakes, etc.

8. Watch out for cars that have no record of regular maintenance. Some people simply do not take their cars in for regular maintenance. While this is fine when the car isn’t experiencing any problems, it can devastating in the long run. Regular fixes and tuning can prevent more serious problems from occurring in the future—which is when you are going to be driving this car. Most people save the receipts from their oil changes and checkups, so ask to see them.

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9. Consider purchasing an extended warranty. If you’re purchasing a car that still has some of its warranty left, you may not want to extend your warranty quite yet. However, if you’re buying a car that is already out from its warranty, you might want to consider purchasing a new one or an extension to ensure that you can benefit from this program. If you purchase a Kia that is less than ten years old, you’re likely to still have plenty of time left on your warranty.

Why Coming to the Dealership is Better than Shopping for Your Kia Online

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Most people start their car buying process online, looking at the Kia website in order to find their new car. While the internet is a great place to start, especially if you want to narrow down the list of cars you want to see to ones in your price range and that have the features that you want, coming to the Kia dealership is always the best way to really get a good idea of which Kia is right for you. Here’s why:

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1. Test drives

Test driving is really the only way you can be sure you’ve found the right car for you. Looking at the car online is one thing, but you won’t really know how it looks and feels until you’re actually sitting in the car. You may love how a car looks, but if you’re not a fan of how it drives, it’s not the right car for you. And the only way you can really make this determination is by driving it. Additionally, the models on the Kia website are not always the same models that we have on the lot. Each car on our lot comes with unique features and trims.

2. In-person consultations

One of the biggest benefits of coming into our dealership is talking to one of our staff. While you might have a good idea in your head about what kind of Kia you want, our salesmen are trained to listen to what you want in a car and present the make and model that best fits your needs. On occasion, we’ll have someone come onto the floor who is sure that they want an SUV, but ends up walking away with a sedan. Because our staff have intimate knowledge of our cars, they’re more able than a website to help you find the exact right vehicle.

3. Find cars in your price range

The price that’s listed on Kia’s website is rarely the price that you’ll find at the dealership. We often have our own sales and specials that can make finding the right car even more affordable. And you can’t haggle with a website. You can haggle with us (though we don’t think you will need to). We know that your goal is to find a great car that’s well within your budget, whether you’re looking to buy or lease. While both the main Kia website and our website can give you a good idea of what a vehicle might cost, only when you come to the dealership can we give you a firm number.

4. See what’s feasible

We’re lucky in New Jersey, to never be too far from the things that we need or want. In some places, the cars that they have on the lot are the only cars that the customers can choose from. If we don’t have the right car, in the right trim or in the right color, we will find it for you. We can usually find just about any color and trim and get it to our dealership in a couple of days.

5. More relevant information

While the website will give you plenty of great information about the gas mileage and the engine, when actually looking at cars, one of our staff can tell you about all the other features of that particular make and model. For example, if you want a car with a great stereo system or a quiet ride, actually seeing the car in person and talking to a salesman that really knows those cars is the only way to find one that really fits your criteria.

6. Fewer compromises

The Kia website can only show you a very narrow set of vehicles. In reality, the range of vehicles that come to our showroom and to our lot are diverse and are designed to appeal to a wide variety of buyers. This huge variety to choose from means you don’t have to compromise a great sound system for a quiet ride or more trunk space for a roomier cabin. While we do list all of our cars online, the only way to really see what we have in our showroom and on the lot is to visit us in person.

7. Pictures rarely do the car justice

Even if you’ve already honed in on the exact vehicle or vehicles you want to drive, coming to our Kia dealership can seal the deal. We love working both with customers who aren’t sure what they want and with those that know exactly what they want. If you’ve spent a little bit of time looking at the cars online, it’s still a good idea to come and sit in and test drive them. You won’t get to see all of the little features and quirks of a car until you’re talking with a knowledgeable salesman and physically sitting in the car.

8. Financing and payment plans

Again, there are online calculators that will help you estimate your monthly costs for a specific vehicle, but only when you’re ready to buy, sitting in our showroom can we tell you what your financing options and payment schedule could look like. There are many factors that go into your financing options and payment schedule, and discussing them in person is always the best policy, especially if you want to get a great price and a reasonable payment schedule.

Some people like to do as much car shopping online as they can before coming into our dealership. Others try to cut the dealership out altogether! We still believe that actually coming to our showroom is the best way to get the right car at the right price.

Why Is My Car Shaking?

Why Is My Car Shaking?  This is a very common question among car owners.

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The good news is that your Kia is going to last you decades if you take good care of it. The bad news is that at some point during those decades of driving your Kia, you are probably going to encounter some shaking. No matter how careful you are, your car is still a car, with lots of moving parts, and eventually, those parts are going to wear down and need replacing.

Because you can’t see most of your car’s most active parts (they’re hidden by your wheels and by the hood), you might not even realize that they are worn down. Shaking, whether during driving or braking, is a good indicator that something is wrong with your car. You may not even notice the vibrating at first, when it is very subtle, but eventually, you will begin to feel the car shaking as you drive down the highway or come to a stop at a light and know that it needs some attention.

But why do our cars shake? What kinds of problems can cause this vibration? Here are five of the most common reasons that your car is vibrating and what you can do about them.

1. A problem with the engine.

While you might not be able to tell at first, the shuddering may be coming from your engine. This can happen in a number of different situations, including during acceleration, when you hit or exceed a certain speed, or after a few minutes or hours of driving. This is likely because your engine isn’t getting the air, spark, or fuel that it requires.

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If it is the engine that’s shaking, you will likely be able to feel where the shaking is coming from. When the shaking comes from your engine area, your car is likely trying to tell you that it is in need of some new spark plugs, which can ensure that your engine gets the oxygen, fuel, or spark that it needs to run smoothly. Having your spark plugs checked to make sure that they are all in working order and that they are connected correctly could solve this problem.

Another reason your engine might be shaking is because of clogged or dirty filters. If your air or fuel filters are mucked up, the engine isn’t getting what it needs.

2. A problem with the axle.

One of the most common causes of a vibrating car is a bent axle. This is one of the many rotating parts that can be damaged during a collision (though it may be something as simple as hitting a particularly deep pot hole). If it is bent or somehow bumped out of alignment, it will likely still turn, but it will create a shaking sensation, rattling the entire car as it goes.

In that same vein, if the axle’s joints are starting to wear out, either from long-term use or because it lacks the proper lubricant, road grime can creep up into your axle and damage it, again causing that rattling as you drive.

3. A problem with the brakes.

Does your car only shake when you use the brakes? While some shaking is natural during an emergency braking situation (if you have antilock brakes), the brakes should not shake as you come to a gradual stop. This could indicate worn rotors, misaligned calipers, uneven wearing on your pads, or completely worn away pads.

The older your car is, the more likely it is to have a bent, worn, or warped rotor. The same goes for the calipers and the pads. If your pads are worn down, they will have a difficult time gripping to rotor. If the rotor is unevenly worn, the entire brake system will shake as it attempts to pull the car to a stop. Air in the fluid lines, missing pads, and grooved rotors can all cause brakes to shake and rattle the car.

4. Your wheels are wobbling.

If your wheels are wobbling, you likely feel the vibrations throughout the entire car, but most intensely through the steering wheel. Most people assume this is a problem with the alignment and just get their wheels realigned. While this may solve the problem in some instances, it does not always solve the larger problem, which is an issue in the wheel’s hub.

If the wheels are wobbling at the hub, it may point to a number of different culprits, ranging from damaged wheel bearings or a wheel whose “runout” is not entirely circular (meaning that it does not spin in a perfect circle when rotating). In these instances, a new wheel usually solves the problem.

5. Your tires are having issues.

Tires

Tires are the most common cause of any shakiness or vibration in your car, and the solution is usually fairly simple. If your car is vibrating only when you get up to a certain speed, it may mean that your tires are out of balance, and simply having them balanced can solve the problem. This may also be caused by uneven tire pressure, so check your pressure and make sure they are all at the correct level, as dictated by your manual.

Additionally, if your tires have uneven wear on the tread or have a separated tread, they can shake and wobble while driving around. In some instances, what seems like a tire problem, may actually be a bent rim or other wheel problem. If the tires seem to be the cause of your car’s shakiness, make sure to bring your Kia into our service department for maintenance or necessary replacements.

Burlington Kia, a Kia Dealer Willingboro NJ Can Count On

When your car feels older than your grandmother’s record player, then it’s time to take the plunge and get a new one. Willingboro residents should consider the fantastic vehicle options Kia now offers and take a drive right up the road to Burlington for one of the premier dealerships in New Jersey.

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Burlington Kia offers both brand new cars and pre-owned beauties. Whether you are looking for a pre-owned truck or brand new coupe, Burlington Kia has a large lot full of terrific choices. The sales staff works hard to make sure you understand all your options in vehicles and financing and always treats you with respect and manners your mama would be proud of. Reviewers call this dealership “exceptional,” and “warm, friendly and knowledgeable.”

Got your eye on the 2014 Kia Optima? This sophisticated four-door sedan is perfect for the driver likes a little luxury with his buttoned up, responsible lifestyle. Burlington Kia offers one that comes with audio controls on the steering wheel, leather seats and eight-way power adjustable seats. You may find yourself saying “ahhh” when you slip behind the wheel.

More interested in a crossover that can take you from the weekday commute to the weekend camping trip? Test-drive a Kia Sorento with 290 foot pounds of horsepower and traction control. The Sorento has plenty of cargo space for all your gear and lots of extra indulgences like leather seats to make your drive to the great outdoors a little softer.

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On the pre-owned lot, Burlington Kia offers a 2013 Kia Soul at a great price. This funky little four-door hatchback has been through a 150-point quality inspection and comes with 10 year/100,000 limited powertrain warranty.

Financing Options

When it comes to paying for your new car, Burlington Kia is certain to have the deal you need. From leasing to trade-ins, there are several options to helping you tailor your budget so you don’t feel financially squeeze when you take those new keys. Ask about Kia’s leasing deals. 

Service Center

Of course, working with a Kia dealership does not end when you drive your new car off the lot. To keep that car running right, you have to have a dependable service center that will make sure your four-wheeled baby is lubed and balanced and purring along. The service center at Burlington Kia is fantastic, using the same professionalism and integrity as the sales department. Their certified technicians use Kia parts and give your car or truck personalized service. You can even schedule your service online so you know exactly when that oil change is coming up. 

Directions to Burlington Kia

To get to Burlington Kia from Willingboro, go northeast on Middlebury Lane toward Melville Lane. Turn right onto Melville Lane then turn left onto John F. Kennedy Way. Take a slight right onto Salem Road. Take a right onto County Rt. 543 and continue to follow. Turn left onto High Street and then take the first left onto County Rt. 543 and the dealership will be on the right.

With super options for both pre-owned and new Kias, honest, friendly service, and a great service center you can trust for years to come, Burlington Kia is the best choice for a dealership to buy your next car from. Take ride just up the road from beautiful Willingboro and check them out.

5 Reasons Burlington Kia is the Kia Dealer Philadelphia Residents can count on

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Exceptional Service

We won’t use high pressure sales tactics or try to lure you in with cheap marketing gimmicks. Instead, we foster a comfortable atmosphere while giving you the attention you deserve. Our friendly sales staff is happy to learn more about you and your vehicle needs that way we can answer any questions you may have and pair you with the right vehicle. It’s our commitment to your satisfaction that helped us earn the #1 New Jersey Kia Dealer of the Year in 2012 by DealerRater!

Great Selection

We offer a huge selection of new and pre-owned Kia models, so you are sure to find one that meets your needs and fits within your budget. From fuel-efficient sedans like the Kia Rio to family friendly SUVs like the Kia Sportage, when you visit our dealership, you will have a huge selection of vehicles to discover.

Honest Service

We understand that when you bring your vehicle in for service you trust us to take care of it. We consider this an honor and work hard to give your vehicle reliable service. Our qualified technicians can do it all from oil changes to transmission replacements. We also make it simple for you to schedule service through our website.

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Knowledgeable Finance Staff

Buying a vehicle is a huge investment; this is why it’s imperative that you have the information you need to make the right decision. Our friendly finance team will be happy to sit down with you to learn more about your needs and work with you to find the right financing. Whether it’s a lease on a new sedan or auto financing on a pre-owned SUV, we can help you. Furthermore, we can even help you if you have had credit problems in the past!

Easy to Use Website

Our website is a great way for you to familiarize yourself with our dealership. You can browse from our large selection of vehicles, read in-depth Kia reviews to learn more about a specific model, contact our staff or even schedule service. We offer this because we want you to have all the information you need to make the best decision for you.

Overall, if you are looking for a reputable Kia dealership near Philadelphia, Burlington Kia is the perfect destination for you. Our approach to earning your satisfaction is the reason why we have an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau. When you are ready to experience the difference in service, quality, and selection, we will be happy to meet you!

New & Used Car Dealer Burlington Township NJ

Here at Burlington Kia, we understand that you have many places where you can buy your next vehicle. We stand apart from other dealerships because we simplify the buying process with our professional service and great selection. When you visit our beautiful dealership, you will experience the difference. Here are just some of the many reasons why we are a great destination to buy your next vehicle.

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Excellent Reputation

We take a different approach to car sales. We are not results oriented. Instead, we build our success on our ability to develop relationships with our customers. When you want to buy a newer vehicle, we won’t try to pressure you into something you cannot afford. What we do is take the time to learn more about you because we are genuinely interested in helping you find the right vehicle for you. Our approach helped us earn the #1 New Jersey Kia Dealer of the Year award from DealerRater.

Great Selection

When stopping by our dealership, you will find a wide selection of new Kia vehicles for sale. For example, if you are looking for an affordable sedan, then the 2014 Kia Rio Ex might be the right fit for you. This stylish ride comes with a 1.6-liter, four-cylinder DOHC engine that delivers great power while helping you save costs in fuel with its 37 highway mpg output.

2014 Kia Rio Burlington Township NJ

Meanwhile, if you are in the market for a used Kia vehicle, we have an excellent assortment from a wide variety of manufacturers. Each of our used vehicles come with the CARFAX vehicle history report that way you can feel confident that it’s the right vehicle for you.

Informative Buying Tools

We designed our website to help you find the information you need quickly. For example, if you want to learn more about a specific Kia model, our Kia vehicle reviews are a great resource to use. These in-depth reviews can help you learn more about the vehicle’s trim selections, engine performance, technological offerings, safety ratings and design features. In turn, this provides you with the information you need to make an informed decision.

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Flexible Financing Options

Buying a newer vehicle is a huge investment that is why our knowledgeable finance team will work with you to help you find the best rates. We can help you find a vehicle payment that fits within your budget. Further, we will take the time to address any questions or concerns you may have that way you feel comfortable with the process.

We want to earn your business the right way. Instead of having to endure cheap sales gimmicks, come to us. We offer a professional atmosphere where our friendly staff will take the time to learn more about you and deliver the buying experience you deserve.

Kia Dealer Gloucester Township

Kia Dealer Glouceter Township

Gloucester car shoppers have plenty of options when searching for a new car or SUV in Camden County. Although there are many automakers that Gloucester residents can choose for their next vehicle, Kia provides a range of unique, modern vehicles that will work for all kinds of people in Gloucester. If you are a car shopper in Gloucester that wants any type of new or pre-owned Kia, Burlington Kia is the first and only place you should look.

Why Kia Vehicles Fit Well With Gloucester Drivers

Gloucester is considered a part of the Delaware Valley Metropolitan Area, which is based around the city of Philadelphia. However, Gloucester has a very unique identity that is all its own. Residents of Gloucester have many great options when it comes to activities: for golfers, Valleybrook Country Club or nearby Pine Valley Golf Club will be perfect for hitting the links. People that are interested in furthering their education can attend Camden County College, which has a campus in Gloucester. Just like Gloucester itself has a very unique identity, Kia vehicles stand out from the crowd because of their technological features and impressive design.

Kia’s Impressive Array of Automobiles

Kia has cars and SUVs that will be perfect for drivers with all varieties of tastes in Gloucester. If you are interested in a sporty coupe, the 2014 Kia Forte SX may do the trick. The 2014 Forte SX includes a tilt and telescopic steering wheel and power heated mirrors. Gloucester car buyers that want more room from their car might be happier with the 2015 Kia Sorento EX V6, which features a video monitor location system, remote power door locks, and a Bluetooth interface for mobile phones. At Burlington Kia, we have a Kia to meet everyone’s specific tastes and requirements in their car.

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2014 Kia Forte Gloucester Township

Burlington Kia: Where Gloucester Locals Can Shop With Confidence

There are many variables involved in the car buying process. At Burlington Kia, it is our goal to simplify this process so that it becomes as easy as possible for you to get a new or pre-owned Kia vehicle. Our staff will listen closely to your needs and then show you multiple cars on our lot that will meet them. The Burlington Kia finance team works with every car buyer on our lot to make sure that customers can get financing for their new ride. And for those that already have a Kia, Burlington Kia’s service department is able to handle a multitude of car maintenance procedures or order new parts that you want to put on your Kia.

A Kia vehicle will be the perfect method of transportation for you to enjoy living, working, and having fun in Gloucester Township. At Burlington Kia you can have a courteous, low-pressure car buying experience that allows you to get a sedan, coupe, or SUV that you will have fun driving around Camden County. Visit Burlington Kia today and you will be glad that you made the decision to shop at a dependable, professional dealership that exists to serve the needs of its customers.

To get to Burlington Kia from Gloucester Township, go north on Woodlane Drive toward Blackwood Clementon Road. In 230 feet, take a left onto Blackwood Clementon Road, and in half a mile merge right onto NJ-42 N. After 5.7 miles get on I-295 N, and in 20.6 miles take exit 47B to merge onto County Road 541 N. In 2.5 miles turn left onto County Rte 543, and in 30 feet you will see Burlington Kia ahead on your right.