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Kia Announces Colorado Disaster Relief Program
Kia dealerships such as Fisher Kia in Boulder will be offering contributions toward new vehicles for customers with cars damaged during recent flooding.
To be eligible for the Colorado Disaster Relief Program, a customer must be at least 18 years of age and their vehicle must have been damaged by recent flooding. It is required that customers give the dealership a copy of the insurance claim form for that vehicle. The claim has to show that the damage was in fact caused by the severe weather conditions that caused flooding in Colorado, and the name on a customer’s license and insurance claim documentation must match.
Customers are only eligible for two separate purchases of Kia vehicles using one of the automaker’s Specialty Incentives during a calendar year. In addition, the vehicle used as a qualifying vehicle cannot be the same each time. The Colorado Disaster Relief Program can be combined with the following offers: Customer Cash, any subvented program through KMF, HMF, or AmeriCredit, College Student discounts, Competitive Bonus, Military specialty incentive programs, or the Kia Family and Friends (KFA) program.
The Kia Colorado Disaster Relief Program is not a cash rebate incentive, and fleet purchases are not eligible. Eligible vehicles include new 2013 vehicles other than the Sorento, or any 2014 vehicles that are both sold and reported while the program period is in effect.
For more information about the Colorado Disaster Relief Program, those interested can contact Fisher Kia (http://www.fisherkia.net/