You'll want to follow pretty closely to the recommended schedule during your warranty period to stay compliant. Keep all your records and receipts to prove the maintenance was done if you DIY. After your warranty is over, then do whatever you want (7500, 10000, 15000, etc.)
I wish Kia had based the oil change interval off of the gas miles and not the total miles like Ford and Chevy does with their PHEVs. I owned a Volt back in the day and you could go a max of two years between oil changes unless the computer told you to do it sooner. It based the mileage off of the gas miles, not the total miles. Since most of my miles in the Volt were electric, I could go about 18 months before the computer would tell me it was time for a change.
2019 Kia Niro PHEV EX Premium Silky Silver
2016 Mazda CX-5 GT Soul Red
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