We're being denied warranty coverage for the warped rotors, mind if I ask where you are located. We've hit a dead end in the appeals process because the district parts and service manager is reportedly the last word on any warranty coverage issue.
I have had 2 problems with warped rotors, the truck only has 27K miles under pretty mellow driving. I took it in this last time and they tried to charge me $1,200 to replace all 4 rotors. All I have to say is there is a problem with the brakes on this thing. You don't warp rotors with mellow day to day driving, let alone the rear rotors that only do 1/3 of the braking.
I am going to be filing a complaint with Kia, as well as any other agency that will listen. This seems to be a common problem and Kia wants nothing to do with it. I now realize I should have spent the extra 10K and bought a Lexus!
Well my rotors started to act up the other day. The dealer says they are not covered under warranty becasue it is a wearable item and wearable items have a 12 month 12,000 mile warranty. My Sorento has 15,000 miles on it. They wanted to charge me $700 to have them replaced. I then called part stores all over the place and had no luck finding them until I called a Forgin car part store and found 2 of them there. They can get me 2 more too. They were $66 a piece. I will put them on myself and save alot of $$$$!