In this article, you will find general instructions on how to order a new Kia key.
New Kia Logo and Cool Badge Emblems
In this article, we look at the upcoming new Kia logo and optional aftermarket Kia logos available for you today.
There has been a lot of buzzes recently about Kia getting a new logo, and Kia has even filed a new logo patent. Kia's durability has improved drastically over the last ten years, which explains why Kia is looking to start its new chapter with a new logo.
There is no doubt that for car enthusiasts, the Kia logo gives the impression of an economy, not a luxury car. Simultaneously, the new Kia Stinger and Telluride by the Korean automaker are competing with luxury vehicles.
Let's take a look at Kia logos.
New Kia Logo
This is the new logo that Kia has filed a patent for, and according to several Kia dealers, the upcoming logo. This Kia logo is not being used on the official Kia website at the time of this writing.
Aftermarket Kia Logos
Are you looking for a unique KIA logo on your car? Check out these aftermarket Kia logos. The broken K Kia logo is used in the Asian market and is also known as the Kia 3D K logo.
Kia can be defined as "rising out of Asia."
Kia 3D K Logo Emblem
Kia 3D Logo Emblem. Change the look of your Kia with this 3D K logo emblem. This is one of the most popular Kia K designs that Kia owners use to replace the stock Kia badge.
At a minimum, you should get the 3 piece kit to change the front, trunk, and steering wheel badge.
Kia K Carbon Fiber Black Edition
Kia Carbon Fiber Emblem. Check out the carbon fiber black edition of the Kia 3D K logo. You can easily replace the steering wheel, front, rear, and wheel Kia badges on your Soul, Optima, Forte, Sedona.
Just make sure you order the correct logo for your specific Kia model.
Kia Logo Red Badge
Kia K logo in Red. It would look cool on a Black, White, or Red Kia. It can be used to replace the front grille, trunk, and steering wheel Kia badge.
Kia Logo Blue Emblem
Kia K logo in Blue. An excellent choice if you love the color blue. It can be installed on Blue or White Kia vehicles or even on Black.
This is still a 3D K logo. You can choose between a chrome or a black broken K color. The blue K logo also comes with a carbon fiber & black trim if that is what you like.
Kia K Logo White
Kia Broken K Logo The last design of the broken K logo is with a white background. Definitely worth considering if you have a white or black car.
White may look good on other Kia car colors. Use this Kia emblem to replace front, rear Kia badges. Easy to install.
Typical Kia Logo Sizes
- Front: 110mm X 56mm
- Rear: 129mm X 65mm
- Mini Sticker: 18mm
- Wheel Center Cap: 18 mm
*These sizes may vary between Optima, Forte, Sedona, Sorento, Rio, and other Kia models. Verify fitment before you buy your Kia logo set.
How to Install Kia Logo
Installing new Kia K badges is very easy. Each sticker comes with 3M tape on the back. Pay close attention so that you don't install the emblem upside down.
The front hood and trunk badges are held in place with glue. Warming the badges slightly with an electric heat gun will make removing the Kia badge easier. Do not heat the airbags. Make sure to keep the heat gun on the lowest setting, or you could damage the car paint.
Use residue removal product to remove the leftover adhesive. Goo Gone Cleaner works very well.
To install the Kia K badge on the steering wheel, you will need to remove the stock Kia badge. Use a flat screwdriver to pry off the OEM Kia badge from the steering wheel.
Once the old Kia badge is removed, the new Kia K emblem can be easily installed.
Avoid washing your Kia for at least a day after installing the emblem, and don't allow any water or rain to get to the emblems. The text version used in the US & international market, and the broken K logo used in South Korea.
Published on: Monday, February 12, 2018.