PRLog - Dec. 20, 2012 - HIAWATHA, Iowa -- McGrath Kia of Hiawatha, IA will participate in the program that Kia is offering to pay back their customers for overstated mileage estimates. The program is a response to claims by the EPA that mileage ratings on window stickers differed from their estimates. Kia claims that the discrepancies come from a misunderstanding about miles per gallon calculations. The Korean automaker, which also owns the Hyundai mark, is offering compensation for drivers to cover the difference in estimates.
The program will be run in collaboration with local Kia dealers, like McGrath Kia. Current and former Kia owners can register online at https://kiampginfo.com/
The repayment will be determined based on odometer readings conducted at Kia dealerships across the country, and compensation and odometer readings can be had as often as a driver wants.
Kia and Hyundai are committed to building a quality long-term relationship with customers. The automaker has aggressively advertised the MPG reimbursement plan online, in print, and elsewhere. Kia has even encouraged dealerships to register owners who are not already registered.
Kia Motors America is a distribution arm of the Kia Motor Corporation of Seoul, South Korea, distributing vehicles through more than 755 dealerships across the United States. Kia is committed to providing complete service to customers, and this MPG reimbursement program is a way for Kia to compensate drivers who may have spent more on gas than if the estimates had been accurate.
McGrath Kia is a local Cedar Rapids area dealership that offers new and used auto sales, service, repairs, and support. McGrath Kia will be participating in the Kia reimbursement program, and you can contact the dealership online or at (888) 619-8282 to find out more.