Had the front repainted (Bonnet, roof over windshield,) and Clearbra'd. Need to say that the original paint is as thin as p...well done Torben!!.
had the car clearbra'd now.
Same thing with me too...... just assume they overfill it a bit. Another UK owner took theirs back and they drained some off. If the oil level isnt so high that the engine internals thrash it into a froth - it should be fine.Had the front repainted (Bonnet, roof over windshield,) and Clearbra'd. Need to say that the original paint is as thin as p...
Other than that, the Soul is running on rails. Knock on wood
One thing though, had this issue from new. When servicing new oil and filter, Kia pure in the right amount of oil, (think it's 5,4Ltr) and it exceeds the max, mark on the oil stick by 5mm. Kia don't know it they should put in a new oil stick, or what. Tried with a brand new oil stick and it was still the same.:think
100,000 equals 62,137miles. My 2010 (bought May 2009) has 34,600km. Which is 21,500miles. Only minor issues- paint chips, scratched up interior, blown tweeter. It should last at least until my kids get there licenses' in a few years.LOLjust a hair under 45,000 miles. still good. So 100,000 in kilometers = 62,000 or so miles?
So this really is true, eh? I thought the dealer was handing me a line when he was diminishing the trade in value of my 'new' car to the next potential buyer. Thanks for the info Matey!^^^^^
I believe Mapson02 is referring to the 2nd Owner Warranty. For example, if you're the 1st Owner of your Soul, you would have the Full Warranty on it, such as Basic: 5-yrs/60K-Miles, Powertrain: 10-yrs/100K-Miles. However, if you sold your car to me, then as the 2nd Owner of that car, I would only have the following Warranty - Basic: Remaining period of the original 5/60, and Powertrain: 6-yrs/60K-Miles.
Hopefully, this answers yours, and Mapson02's questions. If not, please let me know.
What's ridiculous, is that my wife's Suzuki SX4 Crossover, came with an Original 3-yr/36K-Mile Warranty for a New Car. As of April last year, her car is out of Warranty. Even if you're the 2nd Owner of a Kia, you still get a Better Warranty as a 2nd Owner, than you do as the Original Owner of a Suzuki! Crazy, huh?