For the first 5 years, the hybrid vehicle’s lithium-ion polymer hybrid battery is covered under the factory’s 5-year unlimited mileage warranty, from the date of registration of the car. Under the warranty terms and conditions stated in the Kia manufacturer’s warranty booklet, the battery capacity (detected by the onboard diagnostic system) shall be repaired up to the capacity of factory’s recommended level. Failing which, it shall be replaced at no cost to you.
Upon expiry of the factory’s first 5-year unlimited mileage warranty, Cycle & Carriage will undertake and extend an additional 5 years or up to a maximum mileage of 200,000 km warranty coverage for the lithium-ion polymer hybrid battery. This makes up to a total warranty coverage of 10 years or 200,000 km, whichever comes first, from registration date. This 5-year warranty extension is applicable only if Hybrid System is serviced, maintained and repaired by Cycle & Carriage in accordance with the manufacturer’s recommendations upon expiry of the original 5-year warranty provided by the manufacturer. Replacement will be on the condition that the battery is beyond repair, with capacity deteriorating below factory’s recommended level, as detected by the onboard diagnostic system.
For EV/HEVs registered on and from 1st October 2019 onwards, they will be covered under the factory's 5-year mileage warranty of up to a maximum mileage of 150,000km on high voltage drivetrain components, whichever comes first, from registration date.
Our Warranty for locally-installed accessories
Accessories fitted locally such as audio, in-car camera, reverse sensor and GPS system are covered under warranty for 1 year from the date of registration of the car.