October 16, 2014
After nine months and roughly 15,000 miles, our 2014 Kia Cadenza again requested normally scheduled maintenance by flashing its "service required" wrench in the instrument panel. With the Cadenza's pleasant, worry-free first service in our minds, we brought the luxury sedan to Kia of Cerritos.
September 11, 2014
It was the triangle illuminated in our 2014 Kia Cadenza that got my attention. I was driving at the time. In motion. Underway. And there it was, just a little yellow tri-pointed guy lurking at the bottom of the instrument cluster with no other information to go along with it. Quite the puzzler.
Not really. Had I been paying attention upon startup, I'd have seen the display you see above.
June 11, 2014
A digital wrench and ominous countdown clock displayed on startup meant that our 2014 Kia Cadenza was due for its first service. At 7,500 miles, the Cadenza receives standard low-mileage maintenance items like an oil change and tire rotation. It was time for service, but we had more pressing reasons for a dealer visit.