Seat Belts: 60 Years of Saving Lives

November 14th, 2019 by

It has been 60 years since Nils Bohlin, a mechanical engineer invented the three-point safety belt for Volvo. The seat belt was actually invented by George Cayley, an English engineer in the late 1800’s to keep pilots in their gliders. The first patented seat belt was created by Edward J. Claghorn in 1885 to protect…

How You Make a Kia. Step 4. Production

November 7th, 2019 by
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It is an exciting time when a Kia vehicle has cleared all hurdles and is ready for mass production. Casting A manufacturing process by which a liquid material is usually poured into a mold containing a hollow cavity of the desired shape, such as an engine cylinder block.  Engines aren’t typically originated or built at…

Stress-Free Car Shopping

November 5th, 2019 by
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Most people say car shopping is stressful but we believe that buying a car should be a great experience. Many find the dealership experience uncomfortable and unpleasant. This is a perception that we work hard to change each and every day. Most people tell us that they want a quick and easy experience and that…

Kia Sportage vs Kia Sorento: How to Choose

October 29th, 2019 by
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It is not uncommon for customers to consider both the Kia Sportage and the Kia Sorento. We also see customers trading one in for the other model because they felt their initial purchase was either too small or too large. How do you choose? This comparison identifies the key differences between the models.  The primary…

How to Make a Kia. Step 3. Testing

October 28th, 2019 by
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How does Kia Motors design, test and bring vehicles to market?  Our five-part blog series shows you. This week we will focus on Step 3. Testing. Many great ideas are generated during the Design and Engineering development phases. But they must pass muster in a series of rigorous tests that not only mirror real-world conditions,…

What’s New? 2020 SORENTO SUV

October 23rd, 2019 by
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The 2020 Sorento SUV has arrived. The 2020 Sorento did not get a major redesign this year, but a refresh delivers several upgrades and features. Interior trim enhancements, added convenience, and enhanced Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and new trim levels position Sorento to perform well in a crowded segment. The 2020 Sorento offers utility…

Trunk or Treat

October 21st, 2019 by
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What is Trunk-or-Treat? It is a relatively recent Halloween tradition that has replaced traditional trick-or-treating. Adults decorate their cars for Halloween, fill the trunk or cargo space with candy and treats and meet in a designated location. Adults mingle, kids fill their bags. Some organizations and businesses add to the celebrations. Here are some of…

Windshield Damage: Dangers and Fixes

October 17th, 2019 by

It does not take much to ding or crack a windshield. One rock or piece of flying debris and you’ve got damage. First it is important to know that a damaged windshield poses real danger. In addition to impaired visibility, crack creates weak spots in the tension of the glass and jeopardizes the structural integrity…

How to Make a Kia. Step 2. Engineering

October 15th, 2019 by
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How does Kia Motors design, test and bring vehicles to market?  Our five-part blog series shows you. This week we will focus on Step 2. Engineering. There are five phases in the Engineering Process: Body Structure Design, NVH Analysis, Powertrain, Chassis Design, and Function Design. Body Design Rigidity, impact resistance, aerodynamics, noise and fuel economy…

Yes, You Should Winterize Your Car in SC

October 10th, 2019 by
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Charleston is blessed with comparatively mild winters, but it does get cold, it freezes sometimes, and every so often we may even experience snow or ice storms. Make sure that your vehicle is prepared for any type of winter weather. Battery—Get a complimentary electrical checkup to make sure you have a full charge. Batteries are…

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