We have a long history in Boulder as a leading auto repair shop and lots of experience fixing Asian vehicles including Kia Cars and SUVs. Kia’s vehicles are designed to offer the best in safety and performance, but keep in mind that every vehicle needs repairs every once and a while. We offer repairs on the following Kia models from 1996 to new vehicles, including:
Kia Crossovers / SUVs / Minivans
To better serve the needs of our Boulder area clients, we have developed expert skills at maintaining the safety, mechanics, performance and durability of the entire line of Kia vehicles.
While every Kia vehicle is dynamic on the inside and out, we have learned of some common repairs and we know just how to fix them. Read on.
KIA REPAIRS & COSTS: Costs for repairs obviously vary: each Kia vehicle has its own needs from time-to-time. However, one thing is certain – we are here to protect your pocket book. We know repairs are sometimes costly, but when you arrive at our door our team of technicians will get right down to work and closely analyze your repair needs and will find ways to save you money. Our prices are always competitive and we provide nothing but quality in every repair job that enters our facility.
KIA PARTS: We typically use original equipment manufacturer (OEM) parts but only if they are cost-effective. If this is not the case then we source an equally durable aftermarket part, which will only help save you money.
As a Kia owner, you will want confirmation that your “wheels” are being looked after by the right team. Look no further! We have the expertise to address your FAQs.
A: It’s a known fact that tires wear down over time, especially the front tires. So, rotating the tires will help prevent uneven wear and extend their lifespan.
A: The most obvious signs that your tires have had their day are cracks being evident in the side walls, or vibrations in the steering column.
A: Brakes are very important as we all know, so once you hear weird noises while driving and when stopping, or if you feel vibrations, then you most likely have brake problems. If you also see brake fluid leaking while the car is parked, then this is a definite sign that your brakes need repair or replacing.
A: It is best to repair your leaks before they cause bigger issues, such as damage to wire harnesses, catastrophic engine or transmission failure, or poor engine performance. Some of these repairs can be costly while others are quite simple and very affordable.
A: In order to ensure your transmission is healthy, have your Kia serviced every 30,000 to 40,000 miles. Also, ask your technician about the benefits of transmission fluids as this is important with regular maintenance.
Need a Kia mechanic to give it the care & service it needs? There’s only one number to call in Boulder, CO!
Call Independent Motors today: 303-449-8949
Kia repair for Boulder County, Longmont, Louisville, Lafayette, Erie, Niwot and Nederland, Colorado.