The Kia warranty on new Kias lasts for 10 years or 100,000 miles, whichever comes first.  This warranty is a limited powertrain, including major mechanical components.  A  5 year / 60,000 mile basic warranty is also included, which covers most repairs not due to wear and tear.  A Kia warranty also includes a 5 year / 60,000 mile roadside assistance plan for breakdowns.

Wondering what types of repairs your Kia may need and how much they’ll cost? Each Kia model is different, but here are the most common problems reported for the Kia Soul and their associated costs.

Skilled Kia technicians provide all repairs under the extended car warranty.  In most circumstances, repairs can only be made at an authorized Kia Dealer.  Full details of coverage are listed in the warranty contract.

Extended Kia Auto Warranty Details

After you purchase your Kia, you may be offered an extended Kia warranty.  An extended car warranty provides complimentary or additional coverage for your Kia.  The warranty can be purchased before or after your original warranty expires.  The sooner you purchase an extended warranty for your Kia, the cheaper it is.

When Does a Kia Extended Warranty Take Effect?

Most extended warranties have a 30 day and 1000 mile waiting period, so it’s a good idea to begin looking for a new warranty before your factory warranty expires to avoid a lapse in coverage. This means that if you purchase a 5 year extended warranty immediately after buying a new Kia, the extended warranty will expire before your original powertrain warranty.  To get the most benefit from the extended warranty, purchase a warranty that is not identical to the one you already have, such as a bumper-to-bumper warranty.