This Kia has taken the midsize SUV segment by storm since it hit the market just three short years ago. Now that the 2023 Kia Telluride is up next, how long will this sport utility last? You can do a few things to keep your Kia Telluride SUV running its best past 100,000 miles.

How long will the 2023 Kia Telluride Last?

Modern SUVs like the 2023 Kia Telluride are meant to last a long time. The engine should be durable and strong enough to easily pass the 100,000-mile mark, as long as you do the necessary routine maintenance. That includes oil changes, fluid checks, replacing belts when needed, and even getting an alignment every once in a while. Even going in to get maintenance done can help spot problems before they become more significant issues.

According to Kelley Blue Book, there are different maintenance items throughout a car’s life. The basic ones include checking the fluid levels for the brakes, power steering, radiator coolant, and engine oil. Check your brake pads and windshield wipers too.

If you buy the 2023 Kia Telluride brand new, things like replacing the spark plugs, drive belts, and timing belts won’t be necessary at first. Simple oil changes and tire checks will be the most important in the first six months of ownership. Your Kia Telluride should last more than 100,000 miles if properly cared for.

Keeping up with maintenance and recalls will the 2023 Kia Telluride last

Edmunds has been testing the Kia Telluride since it hit the market, and the 2023 version is no different. With a short history of reliability, the Telluride has still proven to be a good option. Edmunds’ long-term road test Telluride has had a few recalls, but most have been fixed without issue.

When the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) issues a recall, it can be both good and bad. It means Kia has to address an issue on the SUV, but it also means the next version is better than ever. Fixing recalls is a part of the maintenance that will make your 2023 Kia Telluride last for many miles.

Don’t forget the industry-leading Kia warranty

how many miles will the 2023 kia telluride last?

A 2023 Kia Telluride | Kia

The warranty on the 2023 Kia Telluride should help keep the sport utility vehicle on the road longer. Kia offers a 10-year, 100,000-mile limited powertrain warranty to keep your Telluride in peak condition. It also includes a five-year, 60,000-mile basic warranty and roadside assistance plan. A five-year limited anti-perforation warranty is also included.

According to The Kia Store, you should change the oil on your 2023 Telluride once a year or every 7,500 miles. That means replacing the oil and climate control air filters, too. This is an excellent time to get the car checked over, ensuring your Telluride lasts a long time.

While these are some ways you can help your 2023 Kia Telluride last for thousands of miles, there is only so much you can do about other drivers. Stay alert and follow all the road rules while you enjoy your new Kia SUV.

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