City Kia in Orlando, FL


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Everyone's a Winner at City Kia of Orlando!
With a large stock of new and used Kia mid-size, compact, crossovers, and SUVs, City Kia of Orlando has the right vehicle for you. So whether you're a Kissimmee, Poinciana, St. Cloud, Winter Garden, or Orlando Kia customer, look no further than City Kia of Orlando.  We have many monthly specials to offer for Orlando Kia customers and beyond.

We are located in Orlando, and just a short drive from Kissimmee, Winter Garden, Poinciana, and St. Cloud. Please view our hours and directions page and visit us today. Thank you for taking the time to visit City Kia in Orlando, FL.

City Kia


Dealer Info:


Phone(s):(888) 658-4301
Address:9550 S. Orange Blossom Trail, Orlando, FL, 32837
  • Monday: 9:00 am - 8:00 pm
  • Tuesday: 9:00 am - 8:00 pm
  • Wednesday: 9:00 am - 8:00 pm
  • Thursday: 9:00 am - 8:00 pm
  • Friday: 9:00 am - 8:00 pm
  • Saturday: 9:00 am - 8:00 pm
  • Sunday: 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Reviews on City Kia

 
Pat S. | 2015-04-25

Stopped in to look and ended up leasing a new Forte Koup. Credit was pulled on the day I leased it then 8 days later I was checking my credit and saw they pulled it again (8 days after driving it off the lot.) Boy was I pissed, Two hard inquiries 8 days apart. There was absolutely NO reason for that, Beware people. Also was promised my friend was going to get $50 referral fee for bringing me in, Guess what??? LIE!!!! Do not I repeat do not do any business with these people. I had to click at least 1 star to post this but I really didn't want to click any. As far as I'm concerned it should be negative 5 stars. This is the dealership in Orlando Florida located at 9550 S. Orange Blossom Trail Orlando, FL 32837

 
Michael V. | 2015-01-27

We went in looking for a used, not too expensive car.  We were immediately told that they don't deal with "cheap" cars and there was nothing for us.  As we walked out the salesman gestured kicking us out to his fellow salesmen.  Asshole.

 
Kelly W. | 2015-01-06

Although I did not purchase a Kia I had a good experience with this dealership last summer. Worked with Felix and sales manager Mike. He was very friendly and honest and it was greatly appreciated.

 
Ruth P. | 2014-11-02

We really liked Jimmy Walker in sales, smart, funmy, knowledgable and a Kia owner himself.
Mike the sales manager was slick and a bit creepy.
Could not figure out the pricing and interest rates to determine if we would get a fair deal.
Ultimately decided not to purchase vehicle.

 
Sam G. | 2014-07-10

Just moved into FL and my wife's 2006 Kia Sedona stops working. I think it was the alternator and not the battery so I give City Kia service department a call around 1:30 yesterday. The guy was kinda short.  I just asked them that I wanted an aprox price of getting the alternator replaced and when I could bring it in.  He said it would be $300 just for labor but he would have to ask the parts department on the actual price of the alternator.  He would get the price...just for me to come in.  NOPE...don't think so!

I LOVE Kia's but HATE Kia service!!!!!!! Good thing they don't break down and barely need service or I wouldn't own one (this is my second).  Horrible service just like most Kia's but at least the others seem to know kinda what they are doing! I went to a local garage and got great service...I got it all done for under what City Kia wanted in just labor.

What is really sad is that this isn't my first run in with the horrible service department at City Kia.  Earlier this year when we were visiting Orlando trying to find a place to live here my Kia Sedona had a horrible passenger seat-belt problem...it wouldn't go back in.  We were only a few blocks away so I stopped by to see if they had seen anything like this before or what I could do.  The lady said $90 to get it back to look at it...no info or anything...$90 to talk.  Then no money back if they couldn't fix it OR if it was just a simple little fix, I would have to pay labor plus the $90.  While I know places have to make money, this was a dangerous situation from out of towners who didn't want to spend $90 just for someone to say they never saw anything like that and it couldn't be fixed.  Maybe I'm asking too much.  I just left and hoped for the best.  It resolved itself later that night and it has never happened again.

 
Jeff B. | 2013-11-21

I recently purchased a used car from here. Initially the deal seemed good. The car was still under warranty and included an extended warranty. However, the car turned out to be poorly maintained and City Kia claimed in all circumstances that the maintenance levels weren't "at low enough levels" for them to work on it.  Two (2) other car dealers disagreed.  City Kia has refused all attempts to work out some deal, even with my paying some portion of the maintenance.  These are all maintenance repairs that are NOT covered under the warranty, including the brakes.

A new car purchase might be safe here, they did work out really good financing, but I would avoid them completely for a used car.  They seem to not care one bit about keeping me as a satisfied customer.

 
Ryan N. | 2012-03-21

I decided to take a look at the new Optima as I am in the market for a new car.  City Kia of Orlando was the first place a chose to visit on my search.  From first appearances, the place looks pretty nice with a whole new facility and a flashy show room.  You're greeted by a receptionist and then free to walk around and do as you like.

We did the usual peak in cars, look at the price stickers, kick the tiers, etc.  I was waiting for the point to be swarmed by salespeople stalking me like a cheetah in the wild.  Instead, I turned out to be the one chasing them down.

After no one came out to assist us, we walked back inside.  All the sales people were busy chatting.  No one noticed us, so we went back to the receptionist and let her know we wanted to see a car.  She called a salesman over and I told him our price range for what I wanted, $24,000.  His response was they don't have any models for me in that range (the MSRP starts at $21,000).  I was a little surprised as that was all he said.  No, let me see what we can do or maybe we can order another model for you.

So I said, well show me some other models.  He grabbed the keys and showed  me the cars.  Didn't really say much about them, but a long rambling story about how the owner of Kia also started Honda and how his sons would inherit one each.  Relevant to me buying a car?  Not really.

So after his lack luster overview of the Optima, we just kind of stood there awkwardly with him.  I was waiting for him to say, "do you want a test drive?"  That never came, so I said well thanks for showing us around I guess!  He said no problem and squeezed our hand like he was trying to squash a grape.  And it pretty much ended there.  A card incase we wanted to call him...for what I'm not sure.  

Now I don't like big sales pitches and being hounded, but this seemed too low pressure.  I mean, most dealers are practically taking the money out of your pocket.  Maybe I didn't look serious or had a bad hair day, but it felt more like I was being shown where a can of peas was located at Walmart more so than buying a car.