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Can I Service a Vehicle with Camelback Kia Even if I Didn't Buy Here?

Camelback Kia has experienced service technicians that work on all makes and models of vehicles. When it comes to Kia models, they are some of the most experienced technicians in the area. If you have Kia but didn’t purchase it at our dealership, there's no problem. We’ll help you with whatever routine maintenance and repairs that your vehicle needs.

How Often does Kia Recommend an Oil Change?

Generally, your new vehicle should get an oil change every 6 months or around every 5,000 to 10,000 miles. When this is going to be the first oil change, you may want to bring it in a little early. This is considered a break-in period for your vehicle. Having clean and efficient oil at this point is very important. For a specific schedule, check your owner's manual.

Do I Need an Appointment, or Can I Just Show Up?

It’s always a good idea to give our service center a call when you need to schedule routine maintenance or a repair job. We have very flexible hours in order to accommodate all of our clientele. If you are driving by our location and you have a check engine light pop up, feel free to stop in. We would never turn you away. We’ll run the code and see what needs to be done.

Do You Sell Tires?

If you’re in need of new tires for your Kia vehicle, it’s imperative that you get a very good set. This will help keep you safe while on the road. Good quality tires can also contribute to the overall efficiency of your vehicle. We’ll work with your budget to find you a set of tires that you’ll love.

Do I Have to Pay For a Recall?

Kia goes to great lengths to manufacture vehicles that are reliable. However, this is something that can happen to any manufacturer. When you get a notice of a recall, we want you to give us a call right away. We’ll get your vehicle scheduled for the needed repair. You won’t be required to pay for anything. This is the responsibility of Kia.

When Should I Replace my Tires?

Tire life varies depending on tire type, mileage, and driving conditions. Bring your vehicle in to have the tires looked at and potentially replaced if you notice that the tread pattern is really wearing down. If your tires are not wearing evenly, it could be a sign of a bigger issue. Here's a quick tip on how you can check your tire tread. Use the penny test as general guide (if Abe Lincoln head and hair are fully visible then we'd recommend to replace tires).

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