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It's Our One-Year Anniversary!

You Pay What We Pay Sales Event!

 

 

It’s our One-Year Anniversary! Cue the confetti! The Churchill and Ostermann Families bought KIA Victoria this time last year… and what a first year it’s been!

We started plans for a not-to-be-missed Grand Opening Party back in January, but… the pandemic had other plans.

So in lieu of a party, we’re launching EMPLOYEE PRICING FOR ALL! That’s right, until October 31, 2020 you are eligible to purchase any new vehicle on our lot FOR JUST $500 OVER COST!! And all used vehicles are priced BELOW MARKET VALUE!

So, what does that look like exactly?

 

 

To take advantage of Employee Pricing, please book an appointment here, or pop on by to see us. Don’t forget your mask!

But don’t worry – we’re still having that party… eventually. And you’re on the list!

 

OUR RENOVATION IS COMPLETE!

Highlights of the renovation include:

  • Solar panel array
  • Upgrade to LED lights everywhere
  • Energy-efficient heat pump
  • Larger more spacious Parts and Service Department
  • Brighter, cleaner, much more awesome Sales Showroom
  • Upgraded coffee and snack bar – complete with reusable mugs

A virtual behind-the-scenes tour is happening now: check it out here!
Thanks for all your kindness and support over the last 12 months!

We're so happy to be back at full capacity and ready to help you!

Our New Charity Campaign!

10,000 Socks!

KIA Victoria this thrilled to announce that we have jumped on board with an amazing local charity campaign! This is the start of something really really good... we can feel it!

KIA Victoria has already donated 1500 pairs of socks. Please help us help the most in need. We're looking to raise $1500 more! Tack a donation onto your service bill, bring in a cash donation, or simply go online at coolaid.org/socks to make a donation and receive a charitable tax receipt.

This campaign was started 13 years ago by Michael Bloomfield, bringing 112,500 pairs of socks worth $562,500 to the vulnerable population in our region. They aim to distribute 10,000 socks each year.