1. Yes, tires are typically covered by the Kia warranty.
2. However, there may be some exceptions depending on the type of tire and the age of the tire.
3. If you have any questions about whether or not your tires are covered by the Kia warranty, be sure to contact your Kia dealer.
4. They will be able to help you determine whether or not your tires are covered and, if they are not, they may be able to suggest a solution.
1.Yes, Kia has offered a lifetime warranty in the past.2.However, the lifetime warranty is no longer available.3.Kia now offers a 10-year warranty.4.The 10-year warranty is a limited warranty that covers major components of the vehicle.5.The warranty does not cover normal wear and tear or damage cauRead more
The Limited Warranty Against Perforation for Kia Cars covers the car's body against perforation (holes) that may occur as a result of corrosion. The warranty lasts for 7 years or 100,000 miles, whichever comes first. This warranty does not cover damage caused by accidents, neglect, or abuse.Read more
1. The Kia warranty does not cover the battery. This means that if the battery dies or needs to be replaced, the owner will have to pay for the cost out of pocket.2. While the Kia warranty does not cover the battery, the vehicle still has a number of other warranties that will protect it. These warrRead more