Kia Motors America is the latest to want to cash in on the growing “tuner” trend in aftermarket parts accessories. Kia wants to sell kits to customers who want to dress up its cars, such as new Amanti. The South Korean importer recently unveiled “Stage 1” concept cars at the Specialty Equipment Market Assn. show in Las Vegas to demonstrate what can be done with to enhance the exterior appearance and handling of its Rio Cinco wagon and Optima sedan, as well as the new Amanti ...

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