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Does Your Kia Model Need Maintenance?

Come Here for OEM-Approved Parts

We know that you can't trust just anyone with your new Kia model, and for a good reason. Some shops believe that using aftermarket parts in your vehicle is okay, and we understand just how wrong they are. Aftermarket parts are considered a one-size-fits-all approach to auto maintenance and repairs, and our team of trained technicians know that this is misleading. OEM-approved parts that are designed for your exact model are the only true fit, and we never use anything less.

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Spring Kia Service

Spring is in the air here in Conshohocken, PA. It's warm and sunny, the flowers are blooming, the birds are chirping... it's one of our favorite times of the year. Spring also means that it's the perfect time to take your Kia to our Kia service center. Just as fall service gets you ready for the winter, spring service gets you ready for the summer.

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The Service Center at Murray Kia: Big Job or Small Job, It’s All in a Day’s Work

As spring if officially here, the service center at Murray Kia, located at 1402 W Ridge Pike in Conshohocken, PA, is getting busy with changing over winter tires to people’s summer or all-season tires. Since snow can make a reappearance in our area for a while, many people hold out for the last moment, so it tends to get busy here. Our technicians are happy to help our customers in any way they can, but our service department is so much more than tire changes. We are a full-service shop, dedicated to taking on any challenge, no matter what…

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When Do I Need New Tires for My Car?

That's a question that comes up often during customer visits to our auto service center here at Murray Kia. There are a few ways you can quickly and easily figure it out.

The seemingly easiest answer, when your tires demonstrate obvious wear, may not always be the most evident. It's a better idea to look for the sometimes-inconspicuous yet telltale signs -- for one, when a tire's rubber is torn, or its treads are separated. Another way to tell is when tire pressure's low and a tire won't otherwise remain at the right PSI when inflated…

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