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Kia Picanto Owners Gather At Kia Molino For A Fun-Filled, Family Friendly Gathering

Kia Picanto owners celebrate their vehicles with their friends and family.

The Kia Picanto has been one of the few standout cars in the A-segment. Whereas most of its competitors are built to a cost, the Picanto managed to deliver European-inspired flair at a small and enticing package. These owners gathered last August 18, 2018 at Kia Molino to celebrate all the good things behind the ownership of a Kia Picanto, with their friends and family, of course.

Called the Kia Picanto Club Philippines, the owners that gathered during its Family Day are from the club’s South Division, which mainly comprises of owners from Laguna, Cavite, Muntinlupa, among others.

Owners showed off their rides, as well as shared a few advice among each other on how to properly set-up their dream rides to the specification they so wish.

Among the event’s supporters include Pristine, which provided owners an opportunity to purchase the brand’s cleaning and detailing products in order to keep their beloved Picantos in top form. There were also those who sold food, as well as Picanto Club Philippines merchandise, to name a few.

Needless to say, the Family Day was aimed towards building camaraderie among owners who share the same passion towards their rides, as well as a perfect opportunity for their kids to see the joy in car ownership. If you are a Kia Picanto owner looking for great company and good times with people who share the same passion as you towards your ride, give their Facebook page a visit or their Facebook group in order to get in touch.

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