2013 Kia RioBetty Somerville - Gaithersburg, MD04/30/2017
Burns too much gas
Expected much more
2009 Kia RioSeth Bradley - Aurora, CO02/05/2017
-The car has absolutly no power to it
-some of the worse gas milage ive seen even against older cars
-consistantly having some sort of mechanical issues
-no cruise control
-can not handle trips into the mountains
-regret ever buying it
Okay car for high school/college student
2011 Kia RioAubrey R - Shawnee, KS08/16/2015
The gas mileage on this car is great, but the tank is pretty small. I had a Toyota Camry before this car that held about 16 gallons. The Rio in comparison holds around 10 or 11. I have to fill up every week, but when I fill up it's only about $20. The only thing I dislike about the car is the acceleration. I knew when getting the car that the acceleration wasn't going to be great, but in order to get up to speed, you often times have to floor it. I have had issues with the engine coils, but Carmax fixed it for a reasonable price. So far I have only had the car a few months, but I am hoping to get at least a few years out of it. Overall, I think it is a pretty good car and would recommend it to anyone looking for a small, fuel efficient car.
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Published on Monday, April 16, 2018
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