Korean garbage that's cheaply made :(
The engine revs too high. I already did a full tuneup and replaced the fuel filter, but it doesn't run any better.
The check engine light always seems to be on.
The blower motor squeaks really bad, and needs a replacement.
The blower motor resistor needs replacement again after I've already replaced it once at $55.
The factory radio setup makes it very difficult to install a new CD player.
The lumbar support for the back seat broke; seat is very uncomfortable.
Tranny slips into reverse, sometimes it takes a while to fall into gear, I tried a flush, no better.
Both front struts make noises when I go over bumps.
Paint is too thin, and scratches easily.
I would never buy a Kia ever again; I've had way too many problems with this one. I'm just trying to fix the existing problems that I have now, and then I can sell it to some other sucker. One problem after another.
Luckily I know how to fix cars, or I would be in a lot of debt to Kia.
The replacement parts are ungodly expensive too. Used car buyers beware of Kia.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 29th October, 2008