FtWorthKat wrote:So the bottom line is that if you live outside of range of an "EV certified" dealership, you may be responsible for taking the vehicle back for warranty work if your car is drivable, but if it needs major warranty repairs then Kia transports.
Hello FtWorthKat. I am from far north Dallas and am looking to purchase a used Soul EV+. Do you have any more experience with getting yours serviced? I suppose that is a big concern that I am overlooking due to my excitement of owning one. Have you talked to other dealerships in the time since you posted last or is SouthWest Kia still the best bet for getting service?
How is your overall experience of owning one in DFW? Has the battery held up well? The used ones are generally the 2016 model year. What is the warranty? I read that the battery is covered from degradation below 70% for 10 years or 100,000 miles. Any insight or anecdotes you wish to share would be greatly helpful!