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My experience at Fette Ford/Kia/Infiniti of Clifton, NJ was just what I wanted, Walked in and was greeted immediately, sat down and started my leasing car experience. Kimali Ricketts was my salesman and was polite, helpful and I made the deal with him and his manager in a matter of about a half hour. This is my second Kia and I will most likely stay with Kia. I am enjoying my 2018 Kia Optima VERY MUCH. I Love it!!!!! Thank you Kimali.
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