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Kia K900 Sedan Gets Three-Year Maintenance Warranty

January 22, 2014

Photo courtesy of Kia.
Photo courtesy of Kia.

Taking a page from luxury automakers such as BMW, Kia Motors is offering its full-size K900 sedan with three years of complimentary scheduled maintenance, the automaker has announced.

The 2015 K900 will be offered with three years or 37,500 mile of complimentary scheduled maintenance at participating dealerships. Kia will provide a Cadenza or K900 loaner vehicle during the service visit. The service is offered in addition to the 10-year, 100,000-mile new-car warranty.

Kia has yet to announce pricing for the K900, which will be available with a standard 3.8L V-6 or optional 5.0L V-8 engine. The U.S. EPA has given fuel economy ratings for the vehicle at 23 miles per gallon highway for the V-6 and 27 mpg highway for the V-8.

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