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If you plan on trading up at 3 years, there is no need for a warranty. Everything is covered for three years, bumper to bumper.I am a little embarrassed to write this, but I was thinking that the kia warranty plastered everywhere:
was just included in the price of the vehicle. I've never purchased a new vehicle, and am just now buying an EX AWD this Saturday. I currently drive a 14 year old Acura MDX with 250k miles on it so the warranty is long gone on that one. We are buying out of state and the dealer told my husband over the phone that the warranty was $3k+ for anything after the 3yr/36,000 mile one. (Which I still don't have details about.) Can someone please explain the warranty situation to me? I feel so stupid thinking it was included!
- 10-year/100,000-mile limited Kia powertrain warranty
- 5-year/60,000-mile limited basic warranty
- 5-year/100,000-mile limited anti-perforation warranty
- 5-year/60,000-mile roadside assistance plan
We aren't planning to keep this car for more than 3 years or so and then planning to trade up. So I'm not sure what the best route would be. TIA!