Safety Always Comes First

Every Kia has front seat-belt pretensioners, dual front airbags, front seat-mounted side airbags, and many more advanced safety systems. And hopefully you'll never have any experience with any of them, but accidents do happen, and we want you to be in the best hands.

So, know that the 2013 model line earned top safety ratings from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and/or the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). And they're only getting better.

Safety and Quality go hand-in-hand. From the designers who pour over every detail to the engineers who fine-tune the vehicles, to our skilled factory workers who build the cars to Kia dealers, like Kia of Billings, who help consumers discover that one perfect vehicle that's right for them, everyone at Kia is committed to making ownership a satisfying experience.

At Kia of Billings, we are proud to sell vehicles that not only look great, offer the latest technology, but also are built on a foundation of safety. Advanced technologies protect the driver and passengers on roads and under nearly all circumstances. Kia Motors R&D Center is a world leader in developing effective and precise testing proceedures and cutting-edge technology such as ABS, EBD and VDC that safely protect people from any situation that may occur on the road.

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Active Safety Systems

ABS (anti-lock braking system) shortens braking distance and secures control of the car while driving on slippery roads. EBD (electronic brake-force distribution) automatically optimizes the distribution of braking power between the front and rear wheels in relation to changes in car weight. TCS (traction control system) prevents the wheels from slipping when moving from a stationary position or maximizes the vehicle's accelerating and climbing abilities. BAS (brake assist system) instantly increases braking power in an emergency situation to shorten the braking distance. VDC (vehicle dynamic control) actively controls the engine torque and brakes during sudden turns and stops to secure stability of the car. These are just some of the technologies that are connected to driving safety. Studies are also being conducted into preventative safety measures.

Passive Safety Systems

Our top priority is developing vehicles that offer greater protection for passengers. In addition to satisfying all of the particular crash safety requirements of various regions around the world, we also received top marks in new car assessments by prominent safety institutions of those regions.

Testing, Testing, Testing!

Computer simulation

We use vehicle crash analysis to predict a car's crash safety performance from the initial stage of development to ensure that we reach our safety objective in an efficient manner. Diverse accident and vehicle conditions are recreated through a computer, using car body and passenger protection device analyses to deliver unrivaled specifications and safety performance.

Actual crash test
Vehicles that have undergone computer simulation are put through an actual crash test to confirm their safety performance. Diverse crash possibilities are enacted, including frontal, side, rear, frontal offset, car-to-car and car-to-pole crashes. Our high-tech safety technologies are proven through such actual collisions to ensure the development of safe vehicles.

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Kia of Billings

4040 King Avenue W
Hours & Directions Billings, MT 59106

  • Sales: 406-655-7500
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  • Sunday By Appointment