2020 Kia Telluride SX
SUV 4D (3.8L V6 DI)
This vehicle is eligible for Buyback Protection
Due to the vehicle's history showing no reported major state title brands. View terms and conditions and to register your vehicle.
This vehicle's AutoCheck Score: 94
Other comparable 2020 vehicles in the CUV - Large typically score between 89-94.
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Owned from: 02/17/2020 - Present
2 year(s) 6 month(s)
Personal | Fleet | Rental | Lease |
Taxi | Livery | Police | Government |
Drivers Ed | Commercial
Your Vehicle Checks Out: No major state title brand has been reported by the state Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV). Your vehicle is qualified for the AutoCheck Buyback Protection Program. Terms and conditions. Register here.
Your Vehicle Checks Out: AutoCheck has not received any accident records from government sources and independent agencies on this vehicle. Not all accidents are reported to AutoCheck.
Your Vehicle Checks Out: AutoCheck has not received a damage-related event from an auction or an independent source. Not all damage events are reported to AutoCheck. It is recommended to have pre-owned vehicles inspected by a third party prior to purchase.
Information Reported: One or more non-major state title brand(s) and/or additional significant event(s) has been reported to AutoCheck. It is recommended to have pre-owned vehicles inspected by a third party prior to purchase.
Your Vehicle Checks Out: No odometer brands, rollbacks, rollover or tampering has been reported to AutoCheck from state Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) or auction sources. AutoCheck also examined the sequence of reported odometer readings to determine if there are any potential discrepancies.
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Information Reported: AutoCheck found 1 recalls. It is recommended that this vehicle be taken to the nearest dealer to have the recalled components replaced or fixed. Service bulletins if available are not part of open recalls and can be found in the vehicle history details.
Recall Date: 07/28/2020
Recall Type: Unspecified
Mfr. Recall No.: SC194
Campaign Description: SC194 TRAILER BRAKE LIGHT
Below are the historical events for this vehicle listed in chronological order. Any discrepancies will be in bold text.
Report Run Date: 08/18/2022 01:02:14 EDT
Vehicle: 2020 Kia Telluride SX (5XYP5DHC0LG061210)
Event Date: 02/17/2020
Location: WASILLA, AK
Odometer Reading: 21
Data Source: Motor Vehicle Dept.
TITLE(Title #:5764064) (Lien Reported)
Below are the specific definitions for events that appear in this vehicle's report. More information is available in the full AutoCheck glossary.
Section Location: Other Title Brand and Specific Event Check
Definition: A loan/lien is the legal right to take and hold or sell the vehicle of a debtor as security or payment for a debt. Normally, a vehicle will have a lien due to a loan or unpaid repair bill against the vehicle. Check with the seller to ensure that the lien has been satisfied.
Term: Personal Use
Section Location: Vehicle Use
Definition: This vehicle was driven for personal use.
Term: Open Recall
Section Location: History Section
Definition: A recall is considered 'open' for a vehicle when it has not received the required service to correct the identified recall. The vehicle will need to be taken to a repair center that has been authorized by the manufacturer to correct any open recall conditions.
Section Location: History Section
Definition: A safety, emission or bulletin issued by the vehicle manufacturer, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) or the Department of Transportation (DOT). These are different than a service bulletin. A recall involves work that must be done at no charge to the consumer by an authorized dealer of the vehicle make involved.