Loading up your Kia for a road trip? Don't just toss your baggage in the trunk, on your seats, or on the floor. There's a better way to transport it. Install OEM cargo trays.
Some brands call them cargo liners. Others say cargo mats. All three, however, do the same jobs: organizing luggage and helping protect your floors and seats.
What Cargo Trays are Made of
If you've ever shopped for a cargo tray online, you've probably already seen just how many different materials they're made of. A lot of times, they're carpet, rubber, or vinyl, rigid by design or flexible, basic to built for durability. Even the finish among cargo trays differs. Your choices are usually between textured and smooth. Textured cargo trays, for example, help prevent baggage sliding. Some are even fire-resistant, designed to meet if not exceed FMVSS302 standards.
Best of all, they're as easy to install as they are to maintain. Lay a tray flat in your hold or put a mat or liner in your trunk, and you're all set to get packing. Most types, you can just wash with plain old soap and water, and wipe down in your driveway. Some, you can simply spray down during a car wash visit.
The Best Cargo Trays for a Kia
Since Kia makes its cargo trays for its vehicles specifically, the genuine OEM variety will fit the model you drive, guaranteed. Our auto parts store has a vast selection for sale; check out our catalog and buy what you need today. We'll ship directly to your address.
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