About Kia K900
Kia K900 is a full-size luxury vehicle manufactured by the South Korean automaker Kia Motors since 2012. It was called as K9 in the South Korea to replace the Kia Opirus, as Kia Quoris in international markets and as K900 in United States and Canada to replace the Kia Amanti. The first Kia K900 was unveiled though in South Korea in May 2012, it was not available in North America until June 2013. It is at the top of the Kia lineup above the Kia K7/Cadenza.
As a 4-door sedan, Kia K900 was offered in V6 Premium, V6 Luxury and V8 Luxury trim levels in North America. At the same time, it is also the first rear-wheel drive sedan that Kia offered in the United States. Kia K900 is powered by a 3.3 L Lambda II Gasoline Direct Injection (GDI) V6 engine, 3.8 L Lambda II V6 engine and 3.8 L Lambda II RS GDI V6 engine as well as a 5.0 L Tau GDI V8 engine that could produce 376 pound-feet of torque and 420 bhp. And all these engines are fitted along with a Hyundai Powertech 8-speed automatic transmission.
Kia K900 Common Problems & Maintenance Tips
Though Kia K900 is a luxury sedan, it may be equipped with all advanced excellent parts; however, auto parts in it will tend to wear and tear as time passes by. In order to slow down the wearing process of your Kia K900, you had better learn about how to diagnose and solve problems on it as early as possible:
First, engine performance decreased. In general, engine failing often indicates your vehicle is breaking down. So that's why drivers would focus on engines all the time. Kia K900 drivers have complained that the engine would suffer from performance issues as accumulation of mileage. Specific symptoms include audible metallic sounds, car sputtering while driving down the road, precipitous drop in oil pressure, burnt oil odor and dirty or black exhaust. And if your Kia K900 also could not pick up speed as much as it should and the accelerator in the vehicle does not work properly, you need to check if your K900 oil filter is clogged.
Second, cooling system failure. Cooling system failure generally has a major compact on the engine performance. So in order to avoid any other little parts in engine get impaired, you should attach enough importance to this problem. Once you can find leaking coolant on the floor, or your Low Coolant Lights come on frequently to warn you of adding more coolant in your Kia K900, you really should consider inspecting if your radiator is failing.
As an assembled item, it is certain that you have a lot to take good care of in your Kia K900. First of all, in car repair statistics site CarComplaints.com, there are many Kia K900 owners complaining poor headlight illumination. So you had better also be aware of the importance of the headlight. It could light road ahead and warn other drivers and pedestrians of your presence in case any accidents happen because of poor driving visibility. As headlight is used mostly at dark night or adverse weather conditions such as misty or foggy, so it tends to wear and tear early. What's more, windshield wiper not only has similar responsibility but also similar working environment as headlight, it should also get enough attention.
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