2007 Kia RioZachary Schumann - Kansas City, MO03/10/2017
I got this car at 80k miles so right off the bat I can't complain about a few things. I didn't get it new so I couldn't maintain it from the start so I don't know how it was handled before I owned it. It is a decent car for the price that will get you where you need to go. It is a bare bones model with basically no features. That being said, it has decent gas mileage being a light 4 cylinder. Repairs are super easy because the engine is very accessible. You MUST replace the timing belt on this car before you drive it away used or EVERY 60k miles or you'll have problems. Also, be gentle with her because these cars are not built tough at all. The engine will run reliably but the car is almost too underpowered. It's just value.
Cute little car a teenager
2009 Kia RioKristina S - Wichita, KS06/05/2015
Its a cute little car. I Have no problems mechanically with it. I purposefully bought the base model and manual thinking I would get the best gas mileage as possible. Going about 75 MPH your RPM's run extremely high. I was bummed i have A/C but that's my own fault. But with all of that and driving on the interstate ( I commute about 99 miles one way to work) I only get about 26 MPG. Plus side, it only costs about 25 to fill up. Definitely don't want to drive it in any kind of snow or sleet. Don't think it would hold up very well. Overall its a good car starter car.
2007 Kia RioJay - Raymore, MO11/26/2010
I wasn't in the market for a car, but was forced to purchase one due to increasing repair costs for my current car. Overall, the Kia has been a good choice--good gas mileage, driveability, cost etc. My only complaint is that the enging seems to be pretty loud. Not vroom vroom loud. More like a very loud purr! Everything else is a-okay!
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