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The Kia Avella is a subcompact auto created by South Korean automaker Kia Motors from March 1994 to 1998. It was a five-seater accessible in vehicle, three-entryway and five-entryway hatchback body styles. Sold worldwide as the Avella, it was rebadged as the Ford Aspire in North America and the Ford Festiva in Japan and Australasia. Offers of the Avella totalled 115,576 in 1994 however dropped to just 27,850 in 1998.

The Avella was supplanted by the Kia Rio. South Korean original deals started in 1987 under the name Kia Pride, collected by Kia under permit. Australasia and Europe accepted the first form somewhere around 1987 and 1991 as the "Mazda 121". After 1991, Australasian deals happened under the "Passage Festiva" name, while European deals proceeded under the name Kia Pride.

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