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Old 2nd April 2020, 10:07   #106
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Good show by Kia, especially in a market as tough to crack and the Indian. I am pretty sure that with the launch of the Sonet later this year, their sales will skyrocket even further given the compact size and potentially greater customer base for it.
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Kia Motors breaks into operating profit in its first year of India journey.

Revenue Equals Tata Motors PV. But Kia has posted +2.9% margin where Tata has -9.8% margin


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It had sold more than 105,000 units in the last fiscal year where exports contributed about a fifth of the total volumes.


In a market where global behemoths like General Motors, Ford and Volkswagen struggled to cross a 2-3% market share even after being present for over a decade, Kia has grabbed a 5% market share so far in FY21 and is knocking at the podium just behind Tata Motors and Mahindra & Mahindra.

A strong volume performance of the Indian subsidiary is helping Kia Motors grow its size in the global operations. Contribution from India grew to 3.9% of Kia Motors’ global revenue in the July-September quarter from 1.4% a year earlier
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Kia Motors India says it has received tremendous demand for models from all across the country and therefore wants to be present even in the remotest of locations.

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We are expanding our network and are aiming to reach 300 touchpoints by the end of this year and will now focus on expansion in tier-IV and upcountry markets which will help us further penetrate deeper in the Indian market," Tae-Jin Park, executive director and chief sales officer of Kia Motors India.
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