All I can go buy is past KIA warranty as I haven’t looked at their current standard. Having to replace a timing belt at 60 seems unreasonable.Many other things do as well. Just remember, nothing is for free.
Hyundai/Kia also don't have the same legacy costs as GM or Ford either.
Pricing of the Explorer is NOT at all out of line with everyone, but the Kia/Hyundai products.
Hi everyone, just wanted to provide an update that I drove 150 miles away and got exactly what I was looking for.
I was able to get X-Plan pricing and got good value for my trade in so I decided to pull the trigger instead of special order. This vehicle is actually for my wife and she is loving it. However, its going to take a few weeks to learn all the features, displays, etc.
Thanks for all the input on the board and it was great getting my questions answered.
Not really. Just watched a video of people unplugging Teslas at non-Tesla chargers. Someone sells a widget to stop people from doing that. I'll see if I can find it.
"Labor observers said key to making a contract deal work for the other two companies will require looking at the small print and how to slow down the growth of labor costs, which could mean incentives for older more costly workers to retire so that they’re replaced by cheaper labor, and other strategies". A quote from Freep just like I told you. You sure you have been an auto worker for 25 years?