Allentown Kia Service Department

Allentown Kia Service Department

Allentown Kia Service Department

Your vehicle is one of your most important (and expensive) investments, second to your home. If you wouldn't trust the care of your home's foundation, air conditioning, plumbing, or electrical to someone who might sort of know what they're doing, you shouldn't do that with your vehicle either. Trusting your vehicle to the highly trained service professionals at the Allentown Kia service department is the right choice, whether you're looking for routine maintenance or specialized Hyundai or Kia warranty work.

Routine Maintenance Matters

Routine maintenance on your vehicle can mean the difference between a car that lasts for hundreds of thousands of miles and one that has continual problems. When you're making the decision about where to take your vehicle, ask yourself whether or not you want someone with the most up-to-date training looking at your vehicle. You could save a few dollars somewhere else, where your technician is only trained to do one or two things on every kind of car, or you can spend $5 or $10 more and have a certified expert take a look. When an expert takes care of your car, s/he can see when you may have a potential problem before it derails you completely, s/he uses certified parts that are compliant with your warranty, and you build a relationship with the service department. That relationship matters when things end up going wrong-we take the best care of the people we know and love.

Hyundai Warranty Work and Kia Warranty Work

Both Kia and Hyundai offer incredible 10 year/100,000 powertrain warranties on all new vehicles, combined with a 5 year/60,000 new vehicle warranty that includes years of coverage for things like paint and the battery, along with a year of coverage for belts, filters, and brake pads. These warranties are not only industry leaders, but they're incredibly valuable to all Hyundai and Kia vehicle owners. But when something happens, you need to take your car to a certified service center that can do Hyundai and Kia warranty work. If you have your Hyundai warranty work done by a service center that is not attached to a dealer, that work (if not done well) could actually invalidate the warranty. Don't do that-take your vehicle to a certified service center where you can have confidence that the work is being done well.

Ask a Tech

One of the things that sets the Allentown Kia service center apart is our approachability. Have a question about your car but you're not sure if it's something that needs a service appointment? Fill out our easy form on the "ask a tech" page, and we'll answer your service-related question. You'll know, then, if you need to make an appointment (which you can also do online!).