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Kia was initially founded in the 1940s as a manufacturer of steel parts and bicycles in South Korea.


Browse by Kia Model (12 in total)

EV6

On the Kia EV6 towing capacity page you can find all of the trims we store for that particular car.

Forte/Cerato/K3

On the Kia Forte/Cerato/K3 towing capacity page you can find all of the trims we store for that particular car.

Niro

On the Kia Niro towing capacity page you can find all of the trims we store for that particular car.

Optima (K5)

On the Kia Optima (K5) towing capacity page you can find all of the trims we store for that particular car.

Rondo

On the Kia Rondo towing capacity page you can find all of the trims we store for that particular car.

Seltos

On the Kia Seltos towing capacity page you can find all of the trims we store for that particular car.

Sorento

On the Kia Sorento towing capacity page you can find all of the trims we store for that particular car.

Soul

On the Kia Soul towing capacity page you can find all of the trims we store for that particular car.

Sportage

On the Kia Sportage towing capacity page you can find all of the trims we store for that particular car.

Stinger

On the Kia Stinger towing capacity page you can find all of the trims we store for that particular car.

Stonic

On the Kia Stonic towing capacity page you can find all of the trims we store for that particular car.

Telluride

On the Kia Telluride towing capacity page you can find all of the trims we store for that particular car.

About Kia

Many other automobile manufacturers started out making bicycles too in order to understand the development process of producing such a complex machine.

In the 1950s Kia began producing motorcycles under license from the Japanese company Honda until they decided to experiment with trucks in the 1960s and eventually automobiles in 1973.

They produced cars using technology borrowed from Mazda and continued on with this until the 1980s when their government forced them to focus on light trucks.

Later in the 1980s Kia teamed up with Ford and began producing their models for the local market.

Ford would then go on to sell some of Kias’ in-house developed lines in their showrooms in the 1990s, continuing this partnership.

Kia experienced financial difficulties as the 1990s ended and so got bought out by another South Korean company Hyundai.

As the years went by the two companies improved both of their images in the world automobile market while maintaining a value-for-money image.

Many of the lines are shared between the two companies with a large catalog of crossover SUVs being available from both – such as the Kia Sorento and the Hyundai Palisade.

  • Models: 12