In fact, great deals are to be found on nearly all of Kia's lineup.
Despite what you might think, car dealerships have been deemed essential, as customers still need to have their cars serviced during this crisis. In fact, car dealerships are offering crazy deals right now just to get people in the door.
Multiple automakers are now offering zero-percent interest financing on a variety of models. Subaru's deal is good for up to 63 months, Volkswagen will do up to 72 months, and Kia has just announced its offers as part of the company's 'Accelerate the Good' Program. If you are looking to buy a Kia, now is the time.
Kia is offering zero-percent financing for up to 72 months (for qualified buyers with excellent credit) depending on which model you are shopping for. Let's answer your most important question first. Yes, the 2020 Kia Stinger is eligible for the deal. Kia will also offer up to a 120-day deferment of payments for buyers who may be out of work.
Even during this crisis, the Kia Telluride is still selling well and therefore does not qualify for the zero-percent rate. You can get 0.9-percent APR for 48 months on a Telluride, which is still a great rate. Other models that are eligible for zero-percent include the Forte, Soul, Niro, Optima, Sorento, Sportage, and Sedona. If you want the sub-compact Rio or the full-size K900, those both qualify for 0.9-percent rates.
Kia is also taking numerous precautions to keep its customers safe. Select dealerships will now conduct the entire purchasing process online and all locations will keep up with safety measures set by the CDC and local governments. If you already purchased a Kia or your car needs repair, the company now has special programs that can assist customers with payment.