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Used 2011 Kia Rio for Sale

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Overall Rating

3.8 out of 5(11 reviews)

Great for a 1st car.

Excellent on gas.. It takes maybe $35 sometimes $30 depending on the gas station. There aren't any power windows or locks but satellite radio which I thought was oddly strange and backwards. Great for a 1st car or someone going off to college.

- Margon, 2011 Kia Rio

2011 Kia Rio

Got this car a couple months ago so I cannot vouch for it long term quite yet. So far it has been good to me. Pick up is quick but I can feel the engine strain around 75/80mph. It drives like a go-kart. Small, quick but not straight out fast. I am getting ~35mpg commuting to work and around a large city. Very happy with the gas mileage. The inside is very comfortable and roomy. Trunk is quite large even though the end of car is a stump. Mechanically everything is working great. Time will tell how well it all holds up though. So far I would recommend this car to anyone. This is a small cheap economy car and it does that well. Do not expect top of the line trim, great performance or bells and whistles. It gets from a to b and has been great for me so far.

- Jack, 2011 Kia Rio

2011 Kia Rio

This is the second Kia my wife and I own, the first a 2009 Rondo. I was in the market for a second vehicle and wanted a pickup truck but was turned off by the terrible gas mileage the pickups were getting. At three plus dollars a gallon it�s all about the gas mileage for me and the Kia Rio gets very good gas mileage. So far I have been averaging 27 miles per gallon city. I haven�t taken it on any long highway trips yet but expect it to get the posted mileage of 35 miles per gallon. It is small. I am 6 feet tall and 220 pounds and fit just right in the driver�s seat, however, I don�t think a person much bigger than me would be very comfortable though. It does not have the best acceleration but it isn�t the worst I have experienced. It has a 1.6 liter engine. I believe it�s the Toyota engine which is a great motor so I am confident in its quality. The Rio I bought has no bells and whistles; no power windows; no power mirrors; no power seats; no power locks, which suits me just fine. Too many extras mean too many possible problems down the road. The car is very sharp looking with a sleek looking grill. So far it handles well and it has the best turning radius of any car I have ever owned. The back seats lie down so I can haul longer items than the trunk would normally fit, which works fine for me. The CD player works fine with a decent sound system, I don�t need anything too loud. I don�t like the arm rest, it is attached to the driver�s seat making for a tight fit for me with it down so most of the time I place it in the up position and I don�t like the glove compartment latching mechanism, it is very cheaply made and I can see this eventually not keeping the compartment closed. All and all, I like the Rio and would recommend it to a friend. Like I said it is all about the gas mileage.

- Pete, 2011 Kia Rio

This price does not include tax, title, and tags. Additional fees may also apply depending on the state of purchase.