Hanoi (VNA) - Truong Hai Auto Corporation, or THACO, has exported 40 Kia Grand Carnival cars to Thailand. The vehicles, which have 2.2L diesel engines, were manufactured at the THACO Kia Plant in the THACO Chu Lai Industry Park in Quang Nam province. This is THACO’s first shipment to the market, the first step in its goal to exporting more than 1,600 vehicles for 50 million USD this year. Yontrakit Kia Motor Co., Ltd, headquartered in Bangkok, an authorised importer and distributor of Kia passenger vehicles in Thailand, is the importer. The cars were loaded on the ship at Cat Lai port in HCM City. Kia Grand Carnival (known as Kia Sedona in the Vietnamese market), has unique and sophisticated design, modern features, comfort, and a spacious interior with 11 seats, and right hand drive to meet Thai traffic laws. In addition, with its outstanding performance and exciting driving experience, Kia Grand Carnival can well serve the needs of Thai customers. Many components used in … [Read more...] about THACO ships first Kia Grand Carnival cars to Thailand
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