Kia Dealer Serving Salem VA| New & Used Vehicles | Kia of Lynchburg

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Salem, VA

Our Kia Dealership proudly serves Salem, VA

Kia of Lynchburg serves Salem, VA, and throughout southwest and central Virginia by providing a great selection of new and pre-owned Kia models, as well as service, repairs, parts and finance options. If you are searching for a dealership that puts the satisfaction of its customers ahead of its bottom line, then look no further than Kia of Lynchburg. Allow us to prove to you why we are one of the best and friendliest dealerships in Virginia!



About Kia of Lynchburg near Salem, VA

Our experienced sales staff is eager to share its knowledge and enthusiasm with you. We encourage you to browse our online inventory, schedule a test drive and investigate financing options.

At our dealership, we are dedicated to providing our customers with top-tier automotive service. When you shop at Kia of Lynchburg, you’ll discover such conveniences as:

  • Fully-equipped Service Center and Quick Lube Express
  • Parts and Accessories Center on site
  • Complimentary shuttle service to work, home or shopping
  • Wi-Fi and computer access available
  • Fully-equipped Service Center and Quick Lube Express
  • Parts and Accessories Center on site
  • Complimentary shuttle service to work, home or shopping
  • Wi-Fi and computer access available
About Salem, VA

Salem was the home of the Native American tribe Totero as early as 8000 B.C. Originally, the European explorers who settled in Jamestown named the village Totero Town. It wasn't until 64 years later in 1802 after the explorers established Jamestown and expanded their reach did they decide to rename the town to Salem. Researchers presume that the town was named Salem after one of its esteemed citizens. Located on the Great Wilderness Road, Salem became a bustling city as travelers passed through on their journey westward. In much later years, Salem was the site of two Union attacks that damaged infrastructure and industry during the Civil War. Salem's militia – known as the Salem Flying Artillery -- claimed the last confederate shot fired in the war before Robert E. Lee surrendered in nearby Appomattox Court House in Appomattox, VA. Since then, the city has become an independent city in the U.S. Commonwealth of Virginia. It is also known as Virginia's Championship City and has a large investment in athletics -- hosting several statewide, regional and national sporting events.

Main Attractions
  • Salem Fair
  • Salem Red Sox
  • Horse Show
Notable Landmarks
  • Olde Salem Days: One of the largest arts and crafts festivals in Virginia.
  • Salem Historical Museum: Dedicated to preserving the history of Salem, VA.
  • Downtown Salem Historic District: Salem's national historic district encompassing 34 buildings.