Simply select your vehicle model by clicking on the image provided (or via the list on the left-hand side of the page). On the next screen, you’ll be prompted to select the year of your vehicle.
Renowned for their distinctive ‘tiger nose’ grilles, Kia now sell in excess of 2 million cars a year across a wide range of vehicles including passenger cars, commercial vehicles and buses which can be seen on roads right across the world.
Popular models include the Cee’d, the Rio, the Soul and the Sportage, and working in partnership with Kia, Bosal have produced a selection of brand approved towbars for over fifteen vehicles across the past and present range. For a fit-perfect towbar, including complimentary installation, simply select your Kia from the options available here, and choose the year of manufacture on the screen that follows.
A relatively new player in the European car market, the company has actually been in operation since 1944, when it began by manufacturing steel tubing and bicycle parts. Slowly but surely, the South Korean company started to build motor vehicles on licence, for Honda in the ‘50s and Mazda throughout the ‘60s, and then for Peugeot and Fiat throughout the ‘70s.
Production ended in 1981 after military dictatorship enforced industry consolidation, turning Kia’s focus entirely on passenger trucks. However, in 1986, a new deal was struck with Ford, and Kia have since grown from strength to strength, focussing on the European market as its ‘core future growth engine’ since 2005.