Find Kia Spares in Johannesburg

Find Used Kia Spares For Sale in Gauteng

In virtually all circumstances, you will notice that choosing second-hand Kia parts is really a less expensive alternative as compared to if you needed to buy directly from regional Kia companies and service companies. Kia cars, particularly in modern series, regularly rank as one of the most high-priced cars to fix. By acquiring pre-owned parts, nevertheless, it’s possible to purchase spares at a discount, while avoiding lowering upon the quality.

Submit Your Enquiry To Our Network Of Kia Scrap Yards!

Find used spares for all Kia models by calling us or using our part request form. Your enquiry will be sent instantly to Kia scrap yards in Johannesburg, then sit back and await for all to reply with quotes and availability for the requested parts. Save loads of time and simply choose the BEST priced estimates!

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Latest Kia Part Requests

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Year
Model
message
Submitted
Tristan Alves
Sales
2003
1J8G868A94Y119480
Looking for a fan/alternator belt 6 groove
2019-11-01 10:18:26 +00:00
Jokie Grobler
Sales
2011
BL573...
Bonnet inner liner
2019-10-28 10:01:05 +00:00
Rakesh Maharaj
Sales
Cherokee Sport 2005
Not at vehicle
Part number 52079703ab
2019-10-28 08:12:23 +00:00
Jim
Sales
2008
108G958K17W692927
Need a Rack ends;lower and upper boll joints;upper boil joints complete armZU
2019-10-21 07:53:53 +00:00
Yaseen
Sales
2010
Not sure
Need complete front bumper for 2010 jeep srt8
2019-10-08 10:27:22 +00:00
History Of Kia

Kia-logoKia Motors began in the mid 1940s as the corporation Kyungsung Precision Industry making steel-tubing and bikes. The corporation later transformed its brand name to Kia which approximately means “Arise out of Asia”. Kia then varied and included manufacture of motor-cycles, commercial transport and lastly passenger automobiles. Kia joined with the Ford Company in 1986 to make a variety of Mazda produced automobiles for a number of nations around the globe. Nevertheless throughout the Asian economic crisis in 1997 Kia declared bankruptcy and Hyundai bought 51% of Kia. Kia is now South Korea’s 2nd biggest car manufacturing corporation.

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