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Kia Pride Overview
The Kia Pride is in the supermini class and was produced by the South Korean car manufacturing company Kia Motors. This car was marketed under this name in Korea, and later in the UK. It was first marketed as the Mazda 121 in the UK, and changed to the Pride in 1991. These cars are very cheap to buy, maintain and run, and are also pretty reliable. These cars are very basic but will get you around, just don’t expect anything to impressive in regards to speed.
Kia Pride History
This car was first produced in Japan in 1986, and was sold as the Ford Festiva. Later that year the Kia Pride was born, and produced in Korea. It was the exact same car but marketed under this different name. As mentioned above, in the UK it was marketed as the Mazda 121 until 1991 where it took on the name, Kia Pride. This car was then imported to the UK in 3 and 5 door hatchback, 4-door sedan and 4-door wagon.
In 1994 the 1.3i version was introduced to the UK and the 1.1 version was eradicated. This vehicle had a minor makeover in 1995. Production of the Pride ceased in 2000 and was replaced with the Fiat Rio.
This car was available in 1.1 and 1.3 petrol engines. This small car was very economical with the 1.1 version being the more economical of the two. You would get value for money on fuel with this car.
This car was available in 3-speed automatic and 4 and 5 speed manual gearboxes. Have a look at the Kia gearbox parts section of our website to find your gearbox parts.
Kia Pride parts can be found here at Breakeryard. Enter your vehicle details in our part finder to locate the exact part you are looking for. There is also a section of our website dedicated to Kia Pride parts, so have a look today to find these parts.