Proudly Serving Edinburg, Texas
Bert Ogden Mission Kia is located 2307 E. Expressway 83 in Mission, Texas. That puts us southwest of the great city of Edinburg. You can get to our Kia dealership from Edinburg in under 30 minutes by way of I69C S and I-2 or by taking TX-107 E to Farm-to-Market Road.
If you’re not familiar with Edinburg and would like to know more about it, we at Bert Ogden Mission Kia would love to tell you about the area.
Nearly 75,000 people claimed Edinburg as home in the 2010 census, but more recent estimates put the community over 85,000, making it a fast-growing city. This lovely area has its roots in 1908 when Dennis B. Chapin, William Briggs, John Closner, Argyle McAllen, and Plutarco de la Viña founded Edinburg, though they originally named it “Chapin.” Over the last 110-plus years, Edinburg has grown to become recognized as the education and technology capital of the Texas-Mexico border region.
What to do in Edinburg, Texas
Visiting Edinburg for the first time? You’ll find plenty to do here, no matter how long or short your visit. If you are a lifetime learner, you could easily spend the day visiting nearby museums, like the South Texas Motorcycle Museum and the Museum of South Texas History. Both museums are in Edinburg, but a short trip to nearby McAllen could also get you to the International Museum of Art & Science.
Outdoor enthusiasts might enjoy spending the day at Freddy Gonzalez Park or hiking at the Edinburg Scenic Wetlands. Golfers can spend a sunny afternoon at the Los Lagos Golf Club. Relax afterward with a sip of refreshing wine at the Jaber Estate Winery.
Where to eat and drink in Edinburg
After a day of exploring, grab a bite at Barry’s International, Khan’s Grill, or Trevino’s Restaurant. Cheap eats await at Snowbite and Starlite Burger. Grab drinks after at 5x5 Brewing Co. in Mission, or rejuvenate with some coffee from Coffee Zone.