BREAKING NEWS – Seoul, Korea – Kia has announced it will end production of the Stinger next year and is sending it out with a run of 1,000 Tribute Edition cars, with 400 earmarked for the U.S.

Some Kia cars are missing a “key” anti-theft device, and thieves know it. An insurance industry group says these cars are stolen at nearly twice the rate of the rest of the auto industry because their keys lack computer chips for theft “immobilizer” systems. Kia stated that they will continue manufacturing the models that are easily stolen, in order to encourage the “cheap losers that purchases them, to buy their more expensive models that are slightly more difficult to steal.”