Kia Motor – Kia Of Scottsdale cave creek Arizona

Complaint: I own a 2004 Kia Optima. When i bought it from Mark Mitsubishi/Kia, it was i good condition, had 22K. The dealership told me it had one owner, and drove to Washington and back. With their information, the price was good, so i bought it. I purchased the vehicle in 2005. After a driving the vehicle up to 39K, then engine snapped the #2 cylinder rod through the bottom and the oil pan. Kia of Scottsdale accepting the vehicle under the warranty. Low and behold, i come to find out that the vehicle was once a rental car through Enterprise in CA. Being that i was the second with MANY different other people driving it, and that it once was a commercial use, my warranty is cut in half. My warranty is NOT 10yrs/100K, its 5yrs/60K. Ok, i am still covered, good. That was the only good out of this horrible experience, being covered under warranty. The truth is no good came from it. When the replace my engine, they only did a small blocked and replaced all the orignal parts, inlcuding the motor mounts. After they had it for more than over a week (16 days), and i finally get it back. I was told it wasn’t the original engine, the serial number didn’t match and it had scrapyard writing on it. WOW! This is KIA telling me this, where i bought it from KIA. This thing is tight, very loud under acceleration, then it started to leak oil. This happened within a day or two. So i looked under the hood, needless to say at the time i was working at an auto shop. My timing cover wasn’t properly sealed and the engine wasn’t repaired properly. They documented they drove like 47 miles, but the invoice only says one mile. While i was driving it back, my power steering failed. Well they had it back again to do re-warranty work. I wasn’t eligable for renatal/loaner car. Which was odd, apparently KIA doesn’t do that, unless it is under warranty warranty work and held over more than 24hrs. When i dropped off my car the first time(actual first time was towed in, due to the engine malfunction) i had to find a ride all the down to Scottsdale & Mcdowell from Cave Creek. I will be brief on my experiences with the vehicle and KIA. Whereas i had made numerous visits back to them. I had only ONE oppurtunity to get a loaner/rental car because the service advisor felt bad. Well Harry the service manager didn’t feel bad at all. In fact didn’t care about me at all, because his tech that work on it is the finest one he has. He has said stuff to me that is unreal, but true. Especially when he told me it was my fault. (Yeah, my fault buying a KIA) One time i brought it back because it was misfiring and i checked it out myself and found that #1 cylinder was the problem. I have told him i work in an autoshop and took a look at it. He then tells me that it possibly might be the fuel injector for that cylinder, he doesn’t know because the car wasn’t in running condition. He forgot that my car was still under warranty He then tells this County Attorney i inquired questions about that “i crossed the wires on the #1 and #6 cylinder and thats why it was shaking

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Address: we didn’t do that. My master tech doesn’t do that

Website: there is no documentation of that report

Phone: and follows through his work and we always hook it up to the scope.”” Funny thing was

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