Kia cee'd
Kia cee'd

Kia’s best just got better, the industry leading seven year warranty on cee’d has now been extended to offer bumper-to-bumper coverage for the full seven years.

When cee’d was first introduced to the UK market in February, the warranty offer was bumper to bumper for five years plus an additional two years cover for the power-train.  Due to the outstanding quality of product emerging from the new Zilina plant, Kia are now able to offer a full warranty covering everything from headlight to tailpipe for the entire seven years.

Not only does this strengthen Europe’s leading car warranty offer, but Kia are also applying this retrospectively to cover all cee’d owners who have purchased a vehicle since launch.

Paul Philpott, Managing Director Kia Motors (UK) Limited commented: “We are delighted to be able to offer cee’d customers this outstanding warranty.  It is a reflection of the high standards of our new European factory and the resulting build quality that means we are able to give our customers this industry leading offer.

“This warranty also demonstrates the faith we hold in our new products and is another step towards changing the perceptions of Kia in Europe.  Previously we have been seen as competing just on price but we are now a brand offering quality products that customers can aspire to own.”

With the recent introduction of a five-year warranty on Kia’s Carens MPV, Kia are certainly raising the bar in the warranty stakes.


Published : 10/04/07 Author : Melanie Carter

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