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The related van version, Pregio, was introduced in November 1995 and continued in production until 2006.A four-wheel drive version ("Bongo Frontier All Terrain") appeared in December 1999, this meant the final end of the Ceres trucks (with origins dating back to the 1977 Mazda Bongo BA2).

In 1997, the third generation Bongo Frontier was launched.

As of 2004, the Kia Bongo was in its fourth version, confusingly sold as the Kia Bongo III.

"Frontier" was dropped from the name with this revision.

Kia has produced small and large trucks for the South Korean market for at least 25 years.

This did not stop the Besta from immediately becoming the highest selling minivan in the Brazilian market.

The Besta name was also used for cargo van versions in many countries.

The Besta originally had the 2.2 liter diesel engine with 62 PS (46 k W), but at the end of 1994 the 80 PS (59 k W) 2.7 liter J2 unit was placed in the Besta as well. The Bongo J2 also formed the basis for the new Kia Pregio, which replaced the Kia Besta (the coach version of the Bongo).

The Besta 2.7 did continue in production alongside the Pregio until at least the summer of 1997 The third generation Bongo appeared in April 1997, now with the "Bongo Frontier" name.

The Bongo III went on hiatus between October 2011 and January 2012, due to tighter emissions rules, but reemerged with a Euro V compliant engine.

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