KIA Warranty For Second Owner In Detail


If you're interested in transferring your Kia warranty to a second owner, you're in the right place. You should know all about the Kia warranty details associated with your desired new or pre-owned Kia model. Never buy a new vehicle without getting a full explanation of the warranties that are coming along with it and certainly don't trust anybody who's selling a car without any warranties attached. Read on to learn about all the ins and outs of the details and benefits of various Kia warranties for new vehicles.

KIA Bumper-To-Bumper Warranty

The bumper-to-bumper warranty that comes with every new Kia model comes with a few key components. Read through our breakdown of the multiple warranties new car owners receive below. You'll find out about which of those elements are Kia warranty transferable to another owner, as well as what you can expect if you're the Kia warranty second owner of a particular vehicle.

Each bumper-to-bumper Kia warranty comes with:

  • Limited Kia powertrain warranty: 10 years, 100,000 miles
  • Limited basic warranty: five years, 60,000-miles
  • Roadside assistance plan: five years, 60,000-miles
  • Limited anti-perforation warranty: five years, 100,000 miles

In addition to these core components that come with every new Kia warranty, you'll enjoy local coverage that truly goes the extra (150) mile(s). That's right, if you are located less than 150 miles from your main residence and you run into trouble covered under your warranty that requires more than 24 hours to remedy, Kia will provide reasonable reimbursement for a rental car, a night's lodging, and/or meals as required.

Much like this local reimbursement service, the Kia network of more than 17,000 available roadside assistance providers spans the nation and are available to help when you need them most under the roadside assistance plan. The roadside assistance plan is one of the elements that can be an active Kia warranty for a 2nd owner.

Does KIA basic warranty transfer to the second owner?

In addition to the roadside assistance plan, a couple of other elements will remain active if transferred to a second owner. The limited basic warranty and anti-perforation warranty are both eligible examples of a Kia manufacturer warranty for a second owner. If you're wondering, "Will Kia warranty transfer to the second owner?" Look no further. These crucial warranty parts do not disappear when a new owner gets behind the wheel.

The Warranty Experts

If you have more questions about the Kia warranty for a second owner, visit your local Kia service center and ask one of our under-the-hood experts. They know everything about all of our models and the warranties that come with them. We can't wait to see you soon and discuss a new or Kia pre-owned warranty with you today!