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West Coast Kia is a Premium Electric Dealership located in a state-of-the-art, eco-friendly facility.

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West Coast Kia offers customer service at the highest level.

Did you know it takes less than 100 milliseconds to make a lasting impression? That’s why each time you walk into your new Kia dealership in Pitt Meadows you are ensured a positive experience worth writing home about.

West Coast Kia is a Premium Electric Dealership located in a state-of-the-art, eco-friendly facility.

Qualified technicians at West Coast Kia make sure vehicles are maintained to optimal condition by offering exceptional service in a timely manner. And those aren’t just words meant to impress; it’s their promise and priority.

“Your car is an investment and we are here to protect that investment with proper servicing,” says Mitch Clark, fixed operations manager at West Coast Kia. “Whether it’s to ensure a better trade-in value down the road or to make sure it’s always ready when you need it the most.”

Customers are buzzing about West Coast Kia’s top-tier customer service and attention to detail. Not only does each visit include a courtesy wash and vacuum, but the staff makes it their mission to ensure every customer is treated with respect and like they are part of the family.

And, public EV charging stations are available during hours of operation so you can get your car plugged in, charged up, and back on the road quickly.

When something is that good, it’s worth talking about.

West Coast Kia is committed to making a lasting impression, and they do so by ensuring every customer leaves feeling completely satisfied and looking forward to their next visit.

West Coast Kia — part of the West Coast Auto Group — is located at 19950 Lougheed Hwy in Pitt Meadows, right beside West Coast Toyota and West Coast Mazda.

• Check them out at: westcoastkia.ca



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