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- Build Your Own: This tab prices your Kia Rio with options, gives side-by-side car comparisons and requests a quote.
- Get Price Quotes: This tab provides pricing from local dealerships. Get as many quotes as possible. When dealers compete you save.
- Search Inventory: This tab tells you which local dealerships have your Kia Rio in stock.
- Financing: This tab compares interest rates. Dealers don't always offer the best deal.
- Trade-In Values: This tab tells you what your current car is worth so you can complete your deal.
- Rio Reviews: Still not sure about the car? Click on the "Rio Reviews" tab to learn about the vehicle.
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Build your own Kia Rio to your specifications. Price with options, side-by-side car comparisons and request a quote. Click on “Build this Car” below.
Get Kia Rio pricing from local dealerships. Get as many quotes as possible because when dealers compete for your business, you save.
Find out which local dealerships have your new Kia Rio in stock. You can contact the dealers by phone or email.
Find out what your current car is worth so you can complete your deal.
Compare interest rates because dealers don’t always offer the best deal.
Still not sure about the Kia Rio? Read reviews to learn more about the vehicle.
Rio 5-Door in long-roof hatchback format spins off Kia’s Rio 4-door notchback sedan, which has been rebuilt for a third generation in the Class of 2012. Each Rio 5-Door model features a sleek package design with pronounced wedge profile and a prominent prow with gaping lower grille divided into three sections, edgy contours on side panels and wheelwell flares which turn into sculpted shoulders.
The 1.6-liter four-cylinder CVVT plant produces 110 hp and employs a five-speed manual
transmission or optional electronically controlled four-speed automatic.
That number attached to the nameplate denotes a tail-side fifth door added for accessing the aft cargo compartment on a hatchback variation of Kia’s redesigned Rio sedan.
The body on Kia’s new Rio economy car looks OK except for the big, ugly
strips of black plastic that adorn the sides and bumpers. It’s like a
magazine cover model dressed in Hefty trash bags. Materials and
construction seem below par in the Rio’s cabin, but what can you expect
with a $10,500 base price? You get what you pay for.
Kia from South Korea, now grouped beneath the corporate wing of the larger
Korean automaker Hyundai, continues to update its portfolio of products. A
make-over design for Rio arrives in 2006 riding on a longer wheelbase with
a wider track plus an engine pushing boosted horsepower.