Kia Rio Spoiler

    About Kia Rio Spoilers


    The Kia Rio has stopped lying in the shadows waiting to be discovered. Since this aggressively-styled frontrunner has begun to turn heads both curbside and on the highway, drivers of this ultra-sporty gunslinger are starting to get the picture and add on elements to make the point even clearer. A Kia Rio Spoilers is a must-have for most and we offer a selection that makes it happen. Take your pick from our fabulous array of Factory and Custom Kia Rio Spoilers designed to detonate an explosion of style. Hold down your aerodynamics with brute-tough quality that is built to last, thanks to our roster of expert manufacturers we work with to do your Rio justice. Each Kia Rio Spoiler comes with a 3 Year/30,000 Mile Warranty to ease any concerns. This is where it all begins. So turn up the heat. You’ll be glad you did…

    A spoiler is perhaps the most spoiled accessory that you may have on your vehicle. Sleek and stylish, the only thing it can spoil is the unfavorable air flow. Manufactured to the exacting standards by the most trusted brands in the industry, the spoilers we store for you are ready to transform your vehicle and make it look like an exciting performance car. No matter what material the spoilers are made from, ABS plastic, fiberglass, or carbon-fiberglass, their quality and fit are beyond any doubts. Check over 3 spoiler reviews with an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars, and choose the accessory that will perfectly complement the style of your vehicle and finish the image you want to portrait.



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    Customer Reviews
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    2013 Kia Rio
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    "It looks amazing on my Kia, changed the whole look of the car. It's not grandmas car anymore. But the instructions where for a Camaro with a totally different style of spoiler. The drill guides didn't fit into the bottom so I had to modify them. I had to buy hanger bolts and cut hem down, and I had to drill clearance holes in my trunk. It was worth it in the end. I am very happy. If you do install this yourself, use a step drill on your trunk. It's like drilling into an empty beer can. "