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The Kia Optima is a mid-size car first released in 2000 and present on the automotive market up till now. The Optima is constructed on the Hyundai-Kia Y4 body platform and thus shares a range of similar features with the Hyundai Sonata, Kia Sedona and the Kia Rondo. The total lifetime of the model encompasses four generations. While the original Optima could be powered by a 2.4L, a 2.5L V6 or a 2.7L V6, the most recent configurations of this mid-size sedan are available with a lineup of I4 power units (displacement ranging from 1.7L up to 2.4L). A 6-speed manual / automatic transmission is available.

A fully-functional brake system of your automobile ensures never-failing safety of your driving. Who wouldn’t love that? Thus, to help you easily cope with malfunctions occurring in the operation of this vitally important system, our team has prepared an unmatched selection of Kia Optima brake parts. Inside our inventory, there are only superior quality products produced by the world’s most famous and verified manufacturers. Such acclaimed brands as Monroe, Wagner, Bendix, Pronto and Centric stand behind the top-notch brake drums, boosters, calipers, brake wheel cylinders and parking brake components available on our virtual shelves. Thinking of dependable replacement parts for your Kia Optima? Then think of our web store!

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      # sp6198
      1-Click Autospecialty OE Replacement Plain Brake Kit by Power Stop. Kit Includes: Autospecialty OE Replacement Plain Brake Rotors and Z16 Evolution Ceramic Brake Pads. Engineered for spirited daily drivers looking to upgrade their...
      $52.24 - $980.87
    • (3 reviews)
      # sp10302
      Advantage Non-Coated Front Brake Rotor by ACDelco. ACDelco Advantage brake rotors and drums feature the fit, form and function of premium aftermarket brakes at a more economical price. The ACDelco Advantage line offers...
      $18.14 - $112.83
    • (1 reviews)
      # sp10328
      Professional Durastop Brake Rotor by ACDelco. ACDelco Professional DuraStop Brakes are the most thoroughly, independently tested brakes on the aftermarket. ACDelco submits its brake products through a range of test methods,...
      $29.88 - $173.52
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      # sp14174
      Autospecialty OE Brake Rotor by Power Stop. Engineered for spirited daily drivers looking to upgrade their vehicle's stopping power, this rotor is a fast, easy and affordable solution for improved braking. It includes a...
      $14.46 - $151.03
    • (12 reviews)
      # sp4431
      C-Tek Standard Brake Rotor by Centric. Manufactured using quality G3000 metallurgy and designed with a non-directional finish, this rotor provides superior braking power, high durability, excellent pedal feel, and quiet operation,...
      $12.51 - $158.43
    • (25 reviews)
      # sp4432
      Premium Brake Rotor by Centric. This Centric brake rotor is manufactured using double disc grinding to eliminate taper and run-out, and ensure parallelism for excellent braking performance. The grinding process leaves a...
      $18.58 - $753.48
    • (21 reviews)
      # sp10219
      Brake Rotor by Pronto. Get maximum stopping power, reduced noise, and smooth, vibration-free braking performance with Pronto disc brake rotors. Theyre engineered to high metallurgical standards, precision balanced, and...
      $8.76 - $148.73
    • (2 reviews)
      # sp7861
      TRUE Metal Premium Brake Rotor by Beck Arnley. For one hundred years, Beck/Arnley has been providing premium OE quality parts for vehicles. Beginning with motorcycle parts in 1914 and transitioning to import vehicles in the 1950s,...
      $21.72 - $229.81
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      # sp8693
      Brake Rotor by Wagner. Wagner Brake premium rotors are engineered, tested and certified to perform safely and effectively on today's vehicles.
      $15.98 - $1,007.24
    • (1 reviews)
      # sp4718
      Brake Rotor by Auto 7. Does your vehicle vibrate as you're stopping? Do you hear a screeching sound as you stop? Do you have a spongy pedal? Or is your parking brake useless? Auto 7 has the quality parts to repair your Hyundai, KIA...
      $8.16 - $280.71
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      Brake Rotor by Pilenga.
      $24.32 - $199.74
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      Advantage Ceramic Disc Brake Pads by ACDelco. ACDelco Advantage Friction brake pads feature the fit, form and function of premium aftermarket brakes at a more economical price. The ACDelco Advantage line offers dependability,...
      $15.84 - $47.54
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      # sp10303
      Advantage Organic Disc Brake Pads by ACDelco. ACDelco Advantage Friction Organic Brake Pads feature the fit, form and function of premium aftermarket brakes at a more economical price. Tested to SAE2430/SAE2784 standards, they offer...
      $17.31 - $27.60
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      # sp10330
      Professional Durastop Ceramic Disc Brake Pads by ACDelco. ACDelco Professional DuraStop Ceramic Brake Pads offer outstanding performance and are generally quieter and more durable than competitive semi-metallic pads. D3EA tested and...
      $27.88 - $101.56
    • (20 reviews)
      # sp13223
      Z16 Clean Ride Ceramic Brake Pads by Power Stop. Power Stop brake pads are engineered for noise free braking with dual rubber backed shims that offer 6 times more noise reduction than plain steel shims. The pad surfaces are thermal...
      $25.48 - $74.88




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      Special Tools Used In Brake Service
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      Best Brake Rotors For Your Driving Style
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      Is It Time For New Brakes?
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      Tips To Get The Maximum Life Out Of Your Brake Parts
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    Kia Optima Brake Parts Reviews

    Average rating:  4.5  4.5 - 1 review
    4.5 of 5
    Worth The Money.
    So, I warped my stock rotors and needed to replace them. I had wanted to go with drilled & slotted rotors anyhow and decided on these. The only criticism I might have is that there is no dedicated right or left rotor. Since the cooling vanes are straight, you can install these however you prefer without it making much difference I guess. Aside from that they look great, stop on a dime and installation was a breeze.
    MPosted by Mike (Las Cruces, NM) /
    2012 Kia Optima
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