About Our Kia Dealership
Mike Miller is no stranger to Illinois. He grew up in the Chicago area and graduated from Northern Illinois University. In 1987, he got his start in the automotive industry. He originally worked as a part of the O’Brien Automotive Team, and after 20 years of service as a partner in multiple dealerships, he set out on his own. In 2007, Mike Miller became the exclusive owner of the Mike Miller Auto Park in Peoria. Here he has faithfully served many automotive brands including Kia. Mike Miller has many achievements to his name. He served as the President of the Peoria Area New Car Dealers Association and in 2005, he was nominated as the Time Quality Dealer of the Year.
Welcome to our Kia dealership
When you are looking for a new Kia, Mike Miller Auto Park is where you need to be. We have a huge selection of new Kia vehicles including Soul, Optima, Sorento, Sportage, Sedona, and more. Every Kia comes loaded with style, packed with technology, and equipped for comfort. Our new inventory alone has a huge number of options for any prospective buyer, but when you combine that with our equally vast used inventory, you end up with well over 100 options, including many Certified Pre-owned Kia models. Not only can we provide you with the automotive solutions that you need, but we can also take care of your Kia long after your purchase with our expert service department. Let Mike Miller Auto Park show you how great an auto dealership can be.
“Come in and experience the Mike Miller difference!”
We're here for whatever you need
Mike Miller believes in doing his part for this community. We are more than just a dealership, and Mike has dedicated countless hours and resources to local charities and organizations in an effort to make Peoria and surrounding areas like Pekin, Washington, Galesburg, Oglesby, Dunlap, and Brimfield an even better place. He has been involved with various philanthropic endeavors including Easter Seals, Alzheimer’s Association, St. Jude’s, Junior Achievement, Peoria Chamber of Commerce, OSF Foundation, Bradley University, Catholic Education, and many more. He was also instrumental in The O’Brien Automotive Team LPGA Charity Classic, which raised nearly 2 million dollars for breast cancer research, education, and treatment.