Cars45, Kia Motors Partnership Extends to Abuja

Nigeria’s foremost auto auctioning and car buying service, Cars45 has extended the used cars and car trade-in partnership with Kia Motors to Federal Capital Territory, Abuja.

This means that used-Kia owners can now drive into Kia Motors Nigeria office at Utako Abuja to trade it in for a new Kia, fairly used Kia car or other cars owned by Cars45.

This partnership also allows individuals who do not previously own Kia cars to purchase certified used Kia cars or brand-new Kia cars at the designated Kia and Cars45 centers.

This is intended to provide Nigerians with the much-needed credible environment to trade-in their cars with ease while ensuring that they get the best value for their money. Speaking on the initiative, The CEO, Cars45, EtopIkpe said: “Cars45 is beyond providing a platform for easy car sale.

We ultimately aim at innovatively meeting our customers’ expectations and even exceed it. “With the upward growth in the used car market, we have received a lot of requests from Kia owners for an opportunity to swap their old Kia for new ones.

This created the need to bridge the gap for these customers. “This step further establishes Cars45´s commitment to Nigerians by ensuring that there are cars for the average Nigerian whenever he or she wants one.”

Also speaking, Customer/Sales Marketing Manager, Cars45, Carol Ofem said: “Based on the data and feedback that we have gotten from our customers and potential customers, we have seen that there is a growing market and demand for brand new Kia cars, as well as used Kia cars.

“This partnership is therefore intended to meet that growing demand as it allows existing car owners to trade-in their cars for an upgrade. “This process is easy and convenient for the Nigerian car owner.

We are confident this partnership will further increase customer experience and love for both the Cars45 and the Kia brand.” The Cars45 and Kia Motors Partnership was unveiled in December 2017 with the opening of the flagship center at Kia Motors’ Akin Adesola office, Victoria Island, Lagos.

Source: Vanguard