Kia is continuing its 0 percent auto loan rates on most leftover 2010 models in November. Kia also has lease deals with low monthly payments on select models this month, as well as cash back and loyalty bonuses.
Kia’s 0 percent auto loan rates are good on the 2010 Forte, Forte Koup, Optima, Sedona, Soul and Sportage, as well as the 2011 Sorento. A potential negative with Kia’s 0 percent auto loans is that they have to be paid off in three years, which will make the monthly payments much higher than a car loan spread out over five or six years. If you prefer a longer auto loan, Kia has higher rates for longer loan lengths.
Kia is offering 1.9 percent car loan financing on the new 2011 Sedona, Soul and Sportage.
On top of the low or 0 percent auto loan rates, the 2011 Kia Sedona has an extra $1,500 in cash if you get your auto loan through Kia Motors Finance, which is $500 more than what was offered last month. The 2010 Forte Koup and Soul have an extra $500, the 2010 Forte has $1,000, 2010 Sedona (base) and Sportage have $1,500 and the 2010 Optima and Sedona (LX and EX) have $2,000 on top of the auto loan incentives.
The 2011 Kia Sportage can be leaseed for $229 a month in November.
Select 2009, 2010 and 2011 Kia vehicles have anywhere from $500 to $3,500 in cash back incentives in November.
Kia has several 36-month lease deals in November. Shoppers can lease a 2010 Forte for $159 a month or a 2010 Forte Koup for $179 a month, both with $1,999 at lease signing. The 2011 Kia Sorento can be leased for $239 a month with $2,899 due at signing. The 2011 Sportage is $229 a month with $2,499 at lease signing. The 2011 Soul can be leased for $169 a month with $1,999 due at signing.
Kia is offering its competitive bonus in November, where owners of select competitor brands can receive up to $1,500 cash back for switching to Kia. Kia also has owner loyalty, military and college graduate discounts this month.
Incentives listed are for the southeast region. They may differ depending on where you live. Check Kia’s site to find the incentives in your area.