I'm not crazy, the attack has begun.
Are you re-writing what you said, which was the point I was addressing?Because Kia have charged you for it up front. Remember when Kia were cheap cars? They're not anymore. Remember when they're depreciation was market leading? Nope, not any more. That warranty keeps the pre-owned values nice and buoyant too.
Turn up to a random garage you've never paid a penny and then start asking for them to bet the farm on fixing your EML code error.
... except Kia because they now charge as much as other car makers for their cars?No business would adopt that level of risk.
Sorry, what you have written lacks consistency, so I don't understand it.
'No business' .. except Kia, of course? nah. Sorry. Still don't get it. All car manufacturers, by law are obliged to accept that sort of risk on all their cars, for at least 2 years.
So actually, you meant to say 'all businesses accept that level of risk'. Maybe it was a typo?