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Pukekohe Kia

Roger Gill Motors

Roger Gill Motors are delighted to announce the arrival of Pukekohe Kia. We are now a Kia Motors NZ franchise holder and are excited about introducing Pukekohe and surrounding areas to these great vehicles.

Our sales yard is located on a temporary site at 222 Manukau Road, Pukekohe (next to Versatile Garages) until new premises are built across the road on our existing site at the Corner or Manukau & Kitchener Roads.

The Pukekohe Kia yard will be open on Mondays-Fridays 8am - 5pm and Saturdays from 9am - 2pm. On Sundays you will find a salesman at the Roger Gill Mitsubishi site accross the road.

For all your new Kia vehicle enquiries contact one of our friendly salesmen, Gordon Page on 029 770 6339 or Frank Hatch on 027 300 7700 or call us on our main line 09 239 1030.

We will also now be Servicing and supplying Parts for all Kia vehicles from our existing site. You can direct dial our Service department on 09 973 1842 and our Parts department on 09 973 1841

For more information go to www.PukekoheKia.co.nz...

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