The Kia Accelerate the Good program helps drivers during COVID-19

By Product Expert | Posted in Kia General on Tuesday, April 28th, 2020 at 9:01 pm
2020 Kia Telluride at dusk

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. 

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How the Kia Accelerate the Good program works during the coronavirus pandemic 

2020 Kia Soul models at dusk

The Kia Accelerate the Good program is meant to help during these troublesome times by easing some of the financial pressure, as this has been a tough time for the economy and people’s livelihoods as the world slows down temporarily. For qualified buyers on select models, payment can be deferred by 120 days. That’s about four months of not having to worry about making that first payment while you weather the storm. Plus, you can have a chance at zero percent APR for up to 75 months as a well-qualified buyer. Money is tight right now, and while a lot of focus is being put on food and supplies and other essential items, cars are also essential for many people, and this is a way to help make sure you get a reliable car you need. 

If you are already a Kia owner and still owe on it, there may be options for you as well through Kia Motors Finance. Also, if your warranty is set to expire any time from March through May 2020, through the Kia Promise program you can have that warranty extended to June 30th, 2020. 

Please contact us if you have any questions about these current initiatives. Please stay safe and healthy, everyone. 

COVID-19 resources for California residents 

California Department of Public Health

California Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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