Forget it! Throw your money in a pit and burn it... it will be doing exactly the same thing!
Everything and anything.
First, something about my brake lines go bad, then some other stuff was changed before the insurance went bad.
Two other items, though not important to the engine, was my passenger seat belt and my lighter. They were to be changed at three occasions (under guarantee), but never were. KIA simply forgot to order the pieces. Then, the same thing with my timing belt.
This morning, the timing belt broke, and it would appear that with Kia, when the timing belt goes, so does the motor. It's just gonna cost me an extra $1000...
Add this to the 4k I spent to buy the car, and another 1k spent on the piece of crap.. That means that in 9 months, it has cost me just about 6k for a broken car. I am so selling this piece of crap soon as it has been repaired, and I am so going back to TOYOTA. There, I find cars of great quality..
Something breaks at least once a month.
Not a lot of leg room for people seating up front and in the back.
Poor clientèle service.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 6th August, 2008