2018 Kia Rio 5 Door
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Why buy the Kia Rio?
Newly redesigned, the 2018 Kia Rio 5-door hatchback offers a sophisticated alternative to other thrifty subcompacts. Its stylish, all-new look will attract attention. More than that, though, the Rio’s reworked powertrain delivers an extra burst of speed from a standing start. You’ll also love the Rio’s upgraded cabin, which features a solid build – no squeaks or rattles here – and impressive head and leg room. The new dash and gauge cluster also have an upscale feel, so you can save thousands but never feel like you’re driving a budget-mobile.
Is the Kia Rio a good car?
With the Rio’s newly retuned suspension and Kia’s reputation for dependable performance, you can feel confident in your purchase. In addition to being sporty around corners, the 2018 Kia Rio 5-door gets up to speed faster than ever, thanks to the new engine’s bigger push at lower speeds.
More than performance, though, the 2018 Kia Rio 5-door delivers an upscale cabin at an excellent price. You’ll be getting a great deal as well as stylish, comfortable seating and the latest infotainment gear – such as Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. By displaying smartphone apps on your central touchscreen, this technology keeps you connected, but in a way that keeps you from looking down at your phone.
Is the Kia Rio good on gas?
If you’re looking for a thrifty ride across town, the 2018 Kia Rio 5-door is a subcompact worth its weight in fuel savings. If you prefer to shift through the gears manually, the Rio earns 29 city/37 highway mpg. With the automatic transmission – which supplies a smooth, carefree ride – you’ll achieve 28/37 mpg.
Which Kia Rio should I buy?
That’s really up to you. When you shop for a 2018 Kia Rio 5-door hatchback, you’ll find three trim models that offer increasing levels of comfort and convenience features – the Rio LX, S, and EX. The base model, the Rio LX, is equipped with all the basics and comes at a budget-friendly price. It has a USB port to keep your smartphone charged and satellite radio for seemingly endless entertainment options. The LX also comes with a rearview camera, helping you back out of a tight spot with nary a problem. The mid-grade Rio S builds on the LX equipment with extra convenience features, including heated power mirrors and power windows. The 60/40-split folding rear seat expands the cargo hold in a snap, making it easy to stow larger items.
The EX is the most luxurious model. Inside, you’ll find a leather-wrapped steering wheel and upgraded cloth upholstery for all-out comfort. In the Rio EX, you’ll also enjoy extra safety gear, like the forward collision warning system with automatic braking, and greater peace of mind. This is also the right choice for technophiles, because it includes the Uvo infotainment system, with its crisp 7-inch center display. This cutting-edge technology also includes Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity, which displays smartphone apps on the central touchscreen.