Xceed 1.5 4 DCT
Phew for a minute I thought I was going to have to take you to task for calling me an uneducated numpty, what a relief my car cost less than £40k so presumably I am exempt from such criticism.This is such a well known issue that I have absolutely no sympathy with any idiot who can afford a £40.000 vehicle but doesn't have the nous to keep the key safe.
Anyone looking for Sympathy will find it in the dictionary between Symbolic and syphilis. That's if they know what a dictionary is!!!
Yes it is a well documented issue on forums such as this and there has even been some discussion in the broadsheets but this doesn't mean every car buyer is aware of it.
However, the truth is that many manufacturers, Kia included, continue to put their customers at risk of having their cars stolen by ignoring the need to provide 'go to sleep' key fobs. The manufacturers are fully aware that their cars can be easily broken into and the technology is available to overcome the issue but they just choose to ignore it.