In the automotive world, different car brands are known for different things. And although lots of us can identify the make by looking at the brand, there are other telling features that can clue us in as who made it. So can you tell which is Honda and which is Kia?
Honda Motor Company is based in Tokyo, Japan. Besides making regular cars, it's also the world's largest motorcycle manufacturer.
Despite being a Japanese brand, it sold more than three times as much in the United States in 2007 than in its home country. Honda's most popular vehicles are the Civic, Accord and of course, the CR-V, which have made the company lots of money.
On the other hand, Kia Motor Corporation is headquartered in South Korea's capital, Seoul. The name Kia is a combination of two things, which ultimately means "to come out of the east." It is a relatively young automotive company, with just 74 years under its belt.
Kia has many arms in many different countries such as America, Germany, the United Kingdom, Mexico and India and has a market cap of $12.6 billion.
Now that you're up to speed, see how many vehicles you can match to their makes with this quiz!