Will I invalidate my Kia warranty if I do 12,000 miles without a service?

My Kia Sportage is 2017 registration and has done around 36,000 miles (vehicle services done at Kia every time). It had a full service and MoT in August 2021. After the last year service it ran 11,000 miles (within 10 months done 10,000 miles) and these days Kia garages need 8 weeks to book in advance for service. So technically I would do 12,000 miles before my service date. In the Kia service book it says "fifth service is 60 months or 100,000 miles, whichever comes first" . So as per the book i still have time for service. Is the Kia warranty rule based on their book statement as mentioned above or service to be done 10,000 miles or one year, whichever comes first? Your answer will help me a lot regarding my peace of mind for 7 years warranty.
We'd definitely recommend speaking to the garage in question to get their advice, but we'd say it's unlikely that this will be an issue big enough to invalidate the warranty. We'd get the car booked in as soon as possible, however.
Answered by Lawrence Allan on

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