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Hello. I’m from Alabama and I own a 2019 KIA Forte FE (manual) for 10.5 months and have 15,000 miles. Can anyone suggest the appropriate interval for oil changes? KIA seems to suggest both 5,000 and 7500 miles. Thanks.
 

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Hello. I’m from Alabama and I own a 2019 KIA Forte FE (manual) for 10.5 months and have 15,000 miles. Can anyone suggest the appropriate interval for oil changes? KIA seems to suggest both 5,000 and 7500 miles. Thanks.
Follow the Kia suggestion. Severe driving 5 mos/5000 miles or regular driving 7.5 mos/7500 miles. Now you just have to figure out the difference between severe and regular...
 

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Follow the Kia suggestion. Severe driving 5 mos/5000 miles or regular driving 7.5 mos/7500 miles. Now you just have to figure out the difference between severe and regular...
I saw your post and I checked my manual and I think FE stands for Forward Engine. Yeah that's what I came up with. I don't know why they would tell you that it's a Forward Engine? I don't think they make a Rear Engine, unless you're talking about a 1985 Pontiac Ferraro. Well I hope this answers your question. Have a nice day.
 

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I saw your post and I checked my manual and I think FE stands for Forward Engine. Yeah that's what I came up with. I don't know why they would tell you that it's a Forward Engine? I don't think they make a Rear Engine, unless you're talking about a 1985 Pontiac Ferraro. Well I hope this answers your question. Have a nice day.
I was looking at your past posts. Most of them are total BS like this one. You're nothing but a troll.
 

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I was told "FE" is Fuel Economy. It's meant to be the lightest weight, lowest-optioned and most economical trim level. The manual is not the most fuel efficient, however; the IVT produces the best fuel economy numbers.

I saw your post and I checked my manual and I think FE stands for Forward Engine. Yeah that's what I came up with. I don't know why they would tell you that it's a Forward Engine? I don't think they make a Rear Engine, unless you're talking about a 1985 Pontiac Ferraro. Well I hope this answers your question. Have a nice day.
That's the most ridiculous thing I think I've ever read on here.
 
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