Articles about Kia Rio

A good bargain for what you get
The Kia Rio has always been rather stylish, but the brand kicked things up a notch with the Schreyer-styled third- generation car launched locally in 2012. While still retaining a taxi variant, the range was optimized for the 'lifestyle' market, with
For those in search of refinement
The local subcompact hatch and sedan market is one ripe with capable cars, yet is a segment where the sheer number of options available makes finding ones that stand out a difficult task.It depends on what you're looking for, but
Speed isn't everything
There's a lot to like about the all-new Kia Rio: It's a looker inside and out, has close to European levels of refinement, and rides very comfortably. Unfortunately, the four-speed automatic transmission it comes with isn't one
Looks good, but how does it perform?
Ah yes, hatchbacks and the '80s. Rally superstars like the Lancia Delta, the Renault 5 Turbo, the Audi Quattro, the Peugeot 205 GTi and the MG Metro 6R4 dominated my childhood dreams back then. Throw in the Toyota KP61 Starlet plus the
Comfortable, stylish, and efficient
Mention 'Rio' and I think of sun-kissed beaches, nubile Latinas in barely-there bikinis, colorful festivals, the obligatory helicopter shot of the Jesus shrine, and that cute movie about the talking birds. When I think of Rio (as in de Janiero),
It almost looks German
If you're viewing this on a mobile device and can't see the video, please click here.Yes, the all-new Kia Rio is Korean. But from afar, you'd be forgiven for mistaking the subcompact hatchback for a German-made
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