Virginia Beach, VA near Bay KIA in Norfolk, VA
Customers from all sorts of cities and areas around Norfolk, VA come to our dealership looking for a new or used car. One of these cities happens to be Virginia Beach, VA. Home to around 437,000 people, this independent city happens to be not only the most populated city in Virginia, but also the 39th largest city in these United States. Virginia Beach is just one of the many cities, counties, and towns that make up Hampton Roads; some of these other independent cities include Chesapeake, Hampton, Newport News, Norfolk, Portsmouth, and Suffolk. Together, they make up the Virginia Beach-Norfolk-Newport News, VA-NC MSA, also known as "America's First Region." The area earned this name because it includes Cape Henry, the site of the first landing of the English colonists (who later settled Jamestown) on April 26, 1607. A resort city best known for its $73 million-a-year tourism industry, Virginia Beach holds the title of longest pleasure beach in the world in the Guinness Book of Records. It is also home to the longest bridge-tunnel complex in the world, the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel, which was featured in the 2006 movie Mission Impossible 3.
While visiting Virginia Beach, take in the great outdoors in one of the over 210 neighborhood, community, and district parks that make up a cumulative 4,000 acres of the city. Fans of sports can take in the annual East Coast Surfing Championships and the annual beach soccer tournament known as the North American Sand Soccer Championship. Military buffs will appreciate NAS Oceana and FTC Dam Neck (United States Navy), Fort Story (United States Army), and NAB Little Creek (which has a Norfolk address despite being situated mostly in Virginia Beach). Visitors interested in higher learning will enjoy the two local universities, namely Regent University, founded by Christian evangelist and leader Pat Robertson, and Atlantic University, which is associated with the Edgar Cayce Association for Research and Enlightenment (ARE); Virginia Beach is home to satellite campuses of both the University of Virginia and Virginia Tech as well. There is also lots of history present in this town, seeing as how the city has a total of 18 sites on the National Register of Historic Places. Among these are locations such as Bayville Farm, DeWitt Cottage, Ferry Farm Plantation, Dr. John Miller-Masury House, Adam Keeling House, Thomas Murray House, Old Donation Church, Pembroke Manor, Pleasant Hall, Weblin House, the Cape Henry Lights and nearby Cape Henry Light Station, the 200-year-old plantation named Francis Land House, and one of the oldest surviving colonial homes in Virginia known as the Adam Thoroughgood House.
Around 18 miles away from Norfolk, Virginia Beach is only a short drive from Bay KIA, new Kia, new Saab, and used car dealer. If you are interested in acquiring a new Kia, new Saab, or used car and want to take a test drive, stop by Bay KIA at 6970 North Military Highway, Norfolk, VA 23518 or give us a call on our sales line at 757-855-5555 today!
To get here from Virginia Beach, just hop onto I-264 W and then take exit 13-14-15 to merge onto I-64 W toward Richmond, traveling 5.6 miles on this road. Take exit 279B for Norview Ave E toward Norfolk International Airport and go only .02 miles, then merge onto Morview Ave and drive 0.4 miles. Turn left onto VA-165 N, drive a mile, and you will see our new Kia Saab dealership on your right.
6970 North Military HighwayNorfolk, VA 23518