Used Kia Brake Padss
All used Kia Brake Padss listed on Breakeryard.com are tested, original (OEM) manufacturer parts and come with a 14 day money back guarantee. Breakeryard.com list cheap new OES or aftermarket car parts at discounted prices and used OEM car parts up to 80% cheaper than main dealer prices for Kia from premium breaker yards from across the UK.
About Brake Padss
The brake pads are two pieces, per wheel, made of metal lined with a heat resistant material.
The Kia brake pads are housed in the brake caliper which straddles the brake disc, one pad on either side of the disc. When the footbrake is applied the pads are forced hydraulically via pistons onto the spinning discs to which the wheels are attached consequently causing the vehicle to reduce speed.
Brake pads need to be renewed periodically depending on conditions and usage. Signs that the pads need to be renewed can include noise when applying the brakes and a deteriorating
performance of the brakes on some makes and models the pads incorporate a wire attached to the pad that sends a signal to a warning light in the control panel to warn of the need to check the pads.
Due to the high energy forces, heat, friction and stresses involved with the braking system in the area of the discs and wheels, it's of the utmost importance that all components are in good order. Replacing this part with the Kia brake pads will ensure complete compatibility with the make and model of your vehicle.
- The concept car shown off by Kia in 2019 was an EV with some unusual features. The dashboard, in particular, was a shock to many as it featured 21 screens, each the size of the average smartphone.
- Kia is currently part-owned by Hyundai, who owns just under 34% of the company. Lots of people think that the two companies are rivals!
- Kia cars are famous for being reliable. They have the lowest recall rate after Porsche and Mercedes Benz, and the fact that they are considerably cheaper than both has led to Kia cars being called the most reliable mass-market vehicle in the world.
- Talk about fast, the Hwasung manufacturing plant owned by Kia can knock out roughly 114 cars every hour. That works out as two cars every 60 seconds!
- The name' Kia' isn't meaningless. It's actually a combination of two South Korean characters, and when put together the translation is either 'Coming from Asia' or 'Rising from the East', depending on who is doing the translation.