KIA is about to introduce another ‘first’ in fixed-price servicing: from today (August 1), all its passenger vehicles will come with five years of capped servicing prices and roadside assist.
There’s a complimentary service at 3000km on all new cars, with the next one after 12 months.
What’s more, the plan will be retrospective to include any Kia car or SUV on the road that still has some warranty left.
Kia has also shown illustrations of its new Cerato (pictured) which will be released in Korea towards year end, with exports, including to Oz, early next year. It’s one of the brand’s most popular models, with sales of nearly 500,000 so far.