7 Easy DIY Car Repair Fixes

February 2nd, 2024 by

At Kia Country of Charleston, our service department is prepared to assist you with any repair or replacement your car needs. But not every issue is worthy of bringing your car into the shop, so here are some repair tasks that, with the right guidance and knowledge, you can take care of yourself. Replace your…

Protecting your Car’s Resale Value

December 20th, 2023 by

Protecting a vehicle’s value begins from day one, even that special holiday car that you just gifted or received. Getting a new car is exciting, so the last thing you’ll be thinking about around the holidays is how to preserve the car’s value, but that doesn’t make it any less important. Actions you take now…

Understanding EV Maintenance

November 1st, 2023 by

Whether you’ve picked up one of Kia’s excellent, currently available electric vehicles, or if you’ve snagged yourself a reservation for the upcoming EV9, there are things you need to learn if it’s your first fully electric vehicle. Even though the car may have fewer mechanical moving parts than a traditional gasoline-powered vehicle, EVs still require…

Car Care Month: Maintenance Mileage Checklist

October 23rd, 2023 by

Whether you’ve recently purchased a new or used vehicle, it’s important to know the stages of mileage in which certain maintenance items should be addressed. The checklist we’ll explore today, as we close out Fall Car Care Month, includes major milestones, and minor ones within those. Though some tasks may seem more costly and won’t…

7 Important Car Warning Lights to Know

October 16th, 2023 by

Modern vehicles make it a very strong point to let their owner know when something is going wrong. It is much easier to self-diagnose any issues yourself these days. With that being said, many car owners get caught off-guard by most of the specific warning lights that cars present to the driver. As a part…

Car Care Month: Extend the Life of your Brakes

October 9th, 2023 by

Your car’s brakes should typically last anywhere from 30,000 and 70,000 miles, depending on multiple factors. The longer you can make your brake pads last, the less often you’ll have to spend around $200 to get any of them replaced. At Kia Country of Charleston, we’re continuing to share car maintenance tips throughout October’s Car…

How to Prepare your Car for Cold Weather

September 26th, 2023 by

Living in the Lowcountry, the transition from intense summer heat to cooler fall weather can be harsher on our vehicles than in some places. Most people know that winter weather can have an impact on your vehicle, but it’s also important to take the same amount of care in the fall.  Taking care of many…

2024 Sportage

August 9th, 2023 by

The 2024 Sportage is arriving with mindful updates, including exterior and interior safety additions. Rear (second row, seat-mounted) airbags and LED (projection type) headlights are now standard. All trim levels now feature a 2.5L GDI SULEV30 engine. The SX AWD trim level is no longer available. The new Sportage will deliver a diverse lineup of…

2024 K5

June 12th, 2023 by
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The Kia K5 is carrying over for 2024 with only one change. The GT-Line FWD trim will add the heated front seats as standard. The K5 will remain in the four trim levels that it currently has –LXS, EX, GT-Line and the sporty GT. This will be the K5’s fourth model year as the award-winning…

Inside the 2023 EV6

June 9th, 2023 by
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A New Generation of EVs First introduced in March of 2021, the EV6 is the first all-electric vehicle from Kia. A crossover SUV, the EV6 makes your head turn when you see it on the street with its sleek body styling and captivating design.  There are 5 trim lines that rival the likes of Tesla….

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