Kia is going through a rough time right now.
On Friday, Kia recalled thousands of vehicles from the US due to a recall after an investigation found that the company had failed to properly check the mileage of its vehicles.
The recall covered approximately 15,000 Kia vehicles with the mileage exceeding 20,000 miles, according to the company.
In a statement, Kias chief marketing officer Mike Stoklasa said the company has taken the recall as an opportunity to work with the safety and quality of our customers and address concerns raised by the public.
“As a result of this recall, we have been able to restore the vehicle and are continuing to work closely with the authorities to ensure our vehicles meet safety and performance standards,” Stokmasa said.
Kia said that it will repair vehicles that have not been repaired or repaired after the recall.
In a second recall on Friday, the automaker said it was recalling up to 9.5 million vehicles due to the ignition switch in some vehicles failing, possibly due to carbon monoxide buildup.
At least 12,000 of those vehicles have been recalled since the recall, the company said.
The cars were sold between 2005 and 2009.
Kia also said that on Monday it announced that it was voluntarily recalling some of its cars from dealers, and on Tuesday it announced a recall of more than 10 million vehicles for carbon monoxide buildup.
The company said it would notify customers and provide an update on the recall when the recall is complete.
It has previously recalled tens of millions of vehicles in the past, but it did not notify the public or notify the automakers involved before doing so.
Kia said in its statement that it is working closely with authorities in the U.S. to investigate and take appropriate action.
If you or someone you know is affected by the carbon monoxy buildup, contact the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) at 1-888-327-4236.
NHTPA is working with the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and Consumer Product Improvement Centers (CPCs) to assist in this investigation.
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