Economy, Auto

Kia Cerato Sells Like Hot Cakes in Iran

Kia Cerato Sells Like Hot Cakes in IranKia Cerato Sells Like Hot Cakes in Iran

As part of SAIPA's extensive presale launched last week, the company offered a limited number of Kia Ceratos assembled in Iran, all of which were sold out in a few hours. The company's presale of the model concluded in just a few hours with customers purchasing all the 1,500 units which SAIPA had put up for sale, reported local automotive website Asbe Bokhar. A deputy director with SAIPA, Hassan Qare'ii says the car manufacturer has designed the presale in a manner to mitigate the role of middlemen and soothe the volatile market. The solution the company has arrived at is to only allow the purchase of vehicles for those who have not used their Identification Numbers over the past six months to buy vehicles.


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