Archive for the ‘Safety’ Category
It’s extremely difficult to put your life on hold, even with the coronavirus here in Mankato, Minnesota. So, how can you best stay safe while still going about your day? One of the was is by learning to clean your car as best you can during this outbreak. Let’s take a look.(more…)
The Insurance Institute of Highway Safety [IIHS] conducts crash testing every year to make sure that every new vehicle can meet the challenges of everyday driving. Not just to see how a vehicle can withstand a crash, but to see how they can avoid getting into one.
The Kia lineup is designed with a commitment to safety from the ground up. From strong unibody structures to a complete set of driver assistance technologies. The Kia family of vehicles are designed to keep you and everyone on board safe and secure mile after mile.
In this year’s IIHS testing, SIX Kia models were given top marks. The 2020 Telluride, Sorento, Sportage, Soul, Stinger and Forte received Top Safety Pick rating for this model year, when equipped with front crash prevention and specific headlights.
The IIHS looks at each vehicle to see if they meet their stringent standards to qualify for these designations. Testing includes evaluating crash readiness, build integrity and available and standard safety systems
These awards combined shows that Kia makes safer and more secure vehicles for you. This commitment stems from engineering features such as the Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist with Pedestrian detection, and LED lighting systems with High Beam Assist.
Driver assist features are great to have and Kia of Mankato encourages our customers to try them out in real world situations in and around town. It also comes down to the basics, such as easy to use seat belts, air bags that protect the passenger area, and strong construction that is built into every Kia we sell to you.
See our commitment to safety by checking out our lineup at Kia of Mankato. Test drive our lineup available today!
What are the 2020 Kia Telluride Safety Technologies?
The 2020 Kia Telluride has already won many awards for its safety, design, and affordability. So, what makes this model safe, family-friendly, and – most importantly – fun to drive? Let’s check out the safety of this model as well as other technologies you’ll see in the Telluride. Check it out!(more…)
How do I prevent my car from being stolen or broken into?
There is a lot to love about summer in Minnesota. However, there is a sinister side to the warm weather – an increase in property crimes. According to national insurance statistics, July and August are the months when vehicles are most likely to be broken into. If you’re wondering, ‘How do I prevent my car from being stolen or broken into,’ a few members of the Kia of Mankato sales staff did a little research to find some answers. While vehicle owners certainly need to be vigilant to keep various ne’er-do-wells at bay, none of these solutions are terribly taxing beyond remembering to do a few very common-sense things. If there is something we can help with to further secure your vehicle, please reach out to a product expert today. (more…)
How-to videos for handling driving emergencies
Most of us would consider ourselves safe drivers. We’ve accumulated a fair number of miles and have witnessed enough bad driving to objectively know what not to do. However, there are almost always going to be situations that would be new experiences. Would you know how to react? If your car starts to overheat, what do you do? How do you handle a situation where your vehicle’s brakes fail? A team of Kia of Mankato product experts was discussing the fear a parent has that comes with a child getting their driver’s license. During the discussion, they came across this series of how-to videos for handling driving emergencies. Hopefully, these will prove to be helpful for you or the new driver in your life. If nothing else, it’s a good refresher on skills we might not use very often. (more…)
For most people, one of their main concerns when shopping for a car is how safe it is and it makes sense why. We all want to feel safe and secure in our cars. That’s even easier these days with all the new safety technologies that seem to come out every day.