Saturday a local (St. Louis) automotive call-in show featured Kia's North American president. Some guy called in and said that he had looked at Hyundai and Kia, but a Hyundai dealer had informed him that he had to have all oil changes done at the dealership for $75 or have his warranty voided. Expected the prez. to talk about the Magnusson Moss Act and say that self-changes are OK if you save your receipts but no-- HE ESSENTIALLY REAFFIRMED THE BAD NEWS THAT ALL OIL CHANGES MUST BE PERFORMED BY THE DEALER. If I understand MM correctly, that means that Kia and Hyundai must supply free service. For the record, I get my oil changed at Wal-Mart and the 60K dealer service pointed out a couple of things (unnoticed and non power train related) that they fixed under warranty. No one even questioned the ST filter on there.