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2014 Kia Cadenza Comes with Free Scheduled Maintenance

By Jeff Youngs, May 13, 2013
In a first for Kia, the automaker has announced that its new 2014 Cadenza premium sedan will include a standard complimentary scheduled maintenance plan for the first 36 months or 37,500 miles of ownership. The company says the free plan covers the Cadenza's first five visits to the dealership.

"The program helps differentiate the Cadenza from its competition and illustrates Kia's intentions of launching a credible contender into the emerging space between mainstream and luxury," said John Crowe, vice president of service and after sale operations, Kia Motors America.

The 2014 Cadenza is a new full-size sedan that is now on sale at Kia dealerships. The complimentary service plan does not cover wear-and-tear items, such as tires and brakes, but is offered to both lessors and purchasers of the new Cadenza, which has a base price of $35,900 including a destination charge of $800.

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