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Recall information

Is my Kia affected by any outstanding recalls?

You can easily check whether your vehicle is affected by any recalls by entering your VIN below.

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This information has been provided to help you, the customer, understand the outstanding recall on your vehicle. Kia Australia cannot guarantee the accuracy of the information displayed. The information provided is accurate based on Dealer reporting of recall completion and is reliant on the user input of the correct Vehicle Identification Number (VIN). Product Safety Recall information only applies to vehicles that were originally imported by Kia Australia and sold through an authorised Kia Dealer. Once you have received your Recall notification letter from Kia Australia, it is your responsibility to schedule a convenient time with your local Kia Dealer to have the recall completed. For more information regarding your vehicle's outstanding Product Safety Recall, please contact your local Kia Dealer.

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