Archive for April, 2020
What does Autotrader think of the 2021 Kia Seltos?
The Kia Seltos is a new compact crossover SUV that was just released this year as a 2021 model. So far, it’s been hitting all the right notes, and drivers who have gotten to experience it for themselves have been cheering it on. We also love it, but we enjoy finding the opinions of impartial third parties to see what they have to see. One such reliable source for a lot of automotive news and information is Autotrader. What does Autotrader think of the 2021 Kia Seltos? Watch their take below!(more…)
Kia payment deferral during coronavirus pandemic
These are trying, uncertain, and frightening times for the country and the world. While we all do our part to stay at home (if possible) to help slow or stop the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus, a lot of people have had to put things on hold. For some people, that includes buying the new vehicle they had their eyes on for a while before the world went upside down, or even keeping up with financing and maintaining the car they already have. If that’s you, please read how the Kia payment deferral during the coronavirus pandemic can assist you in getting the vehicle you need.(more…)
Can you get Kia service during the coronavirus lockdown?
In these unprecedented times, there are a lot of questions along with plenty of uncertainty, especially when it comes to the stay-at-home orders in California and elsewhere in the United States. Gatherings and travel are mostly prohibited, except for essential activities and businesses. Where does that leave automotive services? Can you get Kia service during the coronavirus lockdown? With Concord Kia, the answer is yes.(more…)
Is not driving your car during quarantine bad for the car?
With the current coronavirus crisis, we in California (and many across the nation) are under orders to stay at home with the exception of essential travel. This is important in order to help slow or stop the spread of the virus, which causes the illness COVID-19. While many businesses are closed and non-essential travel is not allowed, some recreation is still allowed outdoors as long as you maintain proper social distancing by staying at least six feet away from people, as well as wearing protective masks as suggested by the Centers for Disease Control. This is good, because you will find you’ll need to take your vehicle out for a ride once in a while rather than keeping it cooped up in the garage. Is not driving your car during quarantine bad for the car? Yes, and we will explain why.(more…)