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Kia Genuine Parts
Not all parts are created equal
Kia Genuine Parts ensure top-notch quality, durability, and precise specifications matching those used in vehicle production.
Why Kia Genuine Parts?
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Designed for the Best Quality

Experience the outstanding quality and performance of your Kia with our genuine parts. These parts have been manufactured to meet strict standards, ensuring the best quality and performance.
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Optimal Performance

Your Kia can maintain optimal performance over time by using precise specifications and high-quality genuine parts. To ensure your vehicle stays in top condition, we recommend using genuine parts.
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Safe Driving with Quality

Kia Genuine Parts, you can enjoy superior quality for safe driving and comfortable car management, as these parts undergo rigorous tests for reliability and durability and are guaranteed for their quality.
Environment and Sustainability
Kia is committed to sustainability and eco-friendliness in all aspects of our products, including using recycled materials and renewable energy in the production of even the smallest parts. By choosing Kia Genuine Parts, you can support our mission for a more sustainable future.

Sustainable Future with Kia's Innovative Eco-friendly Materials

Kia is strongly committed to sustainable mobility by integrating eco-friendly materials into their vehicles, as seen in the EV6 and Niro EV models featuring door pockets and auxiliary mats made from recycled plastic, Nappa leather seats produced sustainably using flaxseed extract, biosynthetic leather made from eucalyptus vegetable ingredients, and more.

Kia's future plans include completely phasing out the use of leather in all future products, starting with the EV9. In addition, Kia is dedicated to using bio-polyurethane made from natural ingredients like corn and eucalyptus, instead of animal skins and PVC, to reduce carbon dioxide emissions and toxic chemicals. By 2030, Kia aims to have 20% of plastic parts in their cars made from recycled plastic.
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