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138 Used Kia Cars in Australia

Elevate your drive with the ultimate selection of used Kia cars exclusively at CARS24! Explore our expansive inventory, curated with a wide selection of top-quality, second-hand Kia (138 cars available) models and discover the perfect car to meet your needs. Our prices range for Kia from $9,690 to $47,000, depending on the year, model, and condition of the vehicle. Read More

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Kia Car Buying Guide

When South Korean car-maker Kia arrived in Australia in 1996, its fellow countryman, Hyundai, was already popular with local motorists - remember the Hyundai Excel?

Although the two companies compete fiercely for buyers in Australia and around the globe, Hyundai owns a one-third share of the Kia, and Kia has a smaller stake in Hyundai. The end result of this symbiotic relationship is two highly successful motoring companies that share some manufacturing facilities, parts and technology (both companies are based in Seoul).

The winners are consumers, too.

Kia began life in Australia as a budget-friendly car-maker with well-priced smaller cars like the very popular Rio. But as the brand has grown in Australia, so has consumer confidence. Many now feel that Kia offers great value for money across its range of small, luxury and sports model cars, its SUVs and people movers.

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