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起亚 Kia 2013款 Rio |HTD-SEAT|CRUISE|LX+ECO|

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品牌: Kia
车系: Rio
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出厂年份: 2013
变速箱: Automatic
车型: Sedan
燃油类型: Gas
车门数: 4
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市内油耗: City6.9
高速油耗: Hwy5.3
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车身颜色: Black

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起亚力士是小型车的理想选择,因为它做得很好。它具有出色的燃油经济性,驾驶乐趣,宽敞舒适。我们特别喜欢Rio 5掀背车的便利性.NewCarTestDrive.com记者GRWhale从首尔报导,韩国;来自洛杉矶的Laura Burstein报导.Kia Rio LX 4门(13,600美元); Rio EX 4门(16,500美元); Rio SX 4门(17,700美元); Rio 5门LX(13800美元); Rio 5门EX($ 16,700); Rio 5门SX(17,900美元)。韩国光明.Eco套餐(400美元);包括自动停止/启动功能.Kia Rio 5门EX(售价16,700美元)。起亚力拓提供出色的燃油经济性,性能和强大的保修价格,具有一定的风格.Rio还提供经常出现的精緻性。力拓和舒适。完全重新设计了2012车型年,力拓有两种车型:四门里约轿车和里约五门掀背车。2013年,起亚力拓的变化很小。2013 Kia Rio轿车和掀背车在引擎盖,后备箱盖和方向盘上获得了修改后的徽章。转向轮安装的换挡拨片现在採用SX车型;两厢EX和SX装饰有一个标准的货物地板托盘和网。此外,可选的Eco套件还包括一个自动停止/启动功能。里约四门轿车和力拓五门掀背车分享造型影响但不是所有细节;不同的格栅,尾巴和侧扇贝,它们看起来更像兄弟姐妹而不是双胞胎。与其他超小型车相比,起亚力拓车型更宽,轴距更长,总长度更短,车顶线更低;只有日产的Versa在外面相当大.Kia Rio机械车比基本的econo-car更好一步。它的1.6升发动机採用直接喷射来辅助动力和燃油经济性,从而实现了该领域的最佳马力和燃油经济性的高速公路等级。在80英里/加仑的范围内。在Eco包装上可选择的Idle Stop and Go系统,通常用于更昂贵的汽车,可以自动关闭和停止发动机,为城市驾驶员节省更多燃料并减少排放.Rio全部 - 这种支架上的盘式製动器并不常见,它的17英寸轮毂也是不常见的。悬架是传统的设计,适合长时间的通勤和适合该级别的行为。车厢很好地放在一起。它们很容易与并且没有过于花哨的造型。一切都很容易操作,任何人都可以快速掌握控制.Kia的价值声誉是通过标准功能进行的,如空调和电加热镜.Mid -line Rio车型标配蓝牙。升级包括导航,微软的起亚UVO信息娱乐系统,后置摄像头,皮革内饰和加热前排座椅。轿车和掀背车型提供了有用的空间;我们喜欢舱口,因为它增加了负载的灵活性和机动性。里约座椅很舒适。中央控制台和侧门口袋都有良好的小房间存储空间。内部空间与竞争对手相媲美,但力拓在前排腿部空间方面表现最佳,它在后部拥有狭窄的腿部空间。在路上,里约是平稳的,并且在课堂上感觉精緻。骑行紧张而不坚定,感觉稳定而不是惩罚。2013年起亚力拓被认为是一种微型车汽车并与福特嘉年华,雪佛兰索尼克,现代雅绅特,日产Versa,本田飞度和丰田雅力士竞争。2013款起亚力拓提供五门掀背车和四门轿车。所有力拓车型均配备1.6 - 四缸发动机.Rio LX(13,600美元)和Rio 5门LX(13800美元)配备6速手动变速箱或可选的6速自动变速箱(1,100美元).LX车型配有布艺装饰,空调,发条窗户和手动门锁,加热电动后视镜,倾斜转向,可变间歇雨刷,六向手动驾驶员座椅,分体折叠后座椅,AM / FM / CD / MP3 / AUX / USB立体声,带方向盘控制和15英寸钢轮.Rio 5门掀背车包括后部擦拭/清洗.Rio EX(16,500美元)和Rio 5门EX($ 16,700)配备6速自动.Rio EX车型升级带电动车窗和锁,倾斜/伸缩方向盘,蓝牙,滑动中控台扶手,前高音喇叭,金属车厢内饰,彷皮门板,电动折叠后视镜,巡航控制和镀铬装饰。可选方便套装(1,150美元)增加了皮革包裹的方向盘,额外的室内照明,升级音响系统和UVO-by -Microsoft后置摄像头,带集成转向灯的侧视镜,自动前照灯,雾灯和15英寸合金轮毂.Eco Package(400美元)包括自动停止/启动功能,可在停止时关闭发动机以节省燃油.Rio SX( $ 17,700)和Rio 5门SX(17,900美元)与autom一起提供只有atic变速箱,配备EX上的所有东西,加上皮革包裹的方向盘和换档杆,双排气口,运动悬架校准,合金车轮上的205 / 45R17轮胎,更大的前製动器,投影机前照灯,LED尾灯和前行灯,雾灯,彩绘中心仪表板,合金踏板盖,以及后置摄像头的UVO娱乐。高级套装(2,300美元)增加了皮革内饰,加热前排座椅,按钮启动/智能钥匙,LED地图灯,UVO导航和天窗。安全功能,所有标准,包括前安全气囊,前侧面安全气囊,侧帘式安全气囊,电子稳定控制和坡道起步辅助。起亚力拓的系列相似性。与当代的Optima中型轿车共享一些造型线索,在最后的重新设计中经历了从暴跌到精緻的极端改造.Rio的外观并不具有开创性,但它们与同类产品中的任何东西一样具有现代感.Rio轿车和两厢车型前门和基本结构,但表面化妆品保持独立。轿车更多地反映Optima,夹紧中心顶部格栅和全宽下部进气口。掀背车上部格栅小得多,几乎像发动机进气口冷却,以及更深的下格栅分为三个部分,其中倾斜的侧面部分与平坦的中心相交.Sedan和舱口模型使用不同的前照灯外壳,每个SX版本也获得独特的灯光,包括LED日间行车灯。两者都有车身前部车轮的车身外观很好,增加了更低,更具侵略性的外观;它并不像一些小型汽车那样具有喜剧性。侧视图中明显的楔形轮廓共享一个深的前门窗,并且在镜子前面,是一个小的三角形固定玻璃,对驾驶员的视觉非常有用。门板上扇贝的摺痕与挡风玻璃柱线和后方展开呼应,直接通往尾灯顶部的轿车。与细长的车顶支柱和灯具上方最小的涂漆表面相结合,轿车优雅轻盈在舱口盖上,车顶线向下逐渐缩小,捏住后窗,其中一个原因是Rio舱盖没有比轿车更多的后座空间。短后板环绕舱口,车灯略微突出(但仍然保持在保险槓内部),以便在恶劣天气下更好地全方位观看并保持清洁。在SX车型上,尾灯有LED元件。掀背车的后窗在顶部边缘接近水平,配有一个小扰流板,沿着底部边缘接近半圆形弧线,让人联想到一些Mazdas上的咧嘴笑着的格栅。从后轮后面扫过的黑色封闭式面板可以在视觉上降低和扩大两种型号。然后开启两个车牌都在这个凹槽中,而不是舱口盖或行李箱盖,所以你永远不会听到它的嘎嘎声。随着行李箱或舱口打开,尾灯的一些部分和低位反射器仍然可见,以提高夜间安全性。与之相比在福特Fiesta,雪佛兰索尼克,本田飞度和丰田雅力士,力拓拥有更长的轴距但更短的总长度,并且它比大多数更宽更低。额外的轴距有助于提高质量和稳定性,但更长的轴距和更短的总长度也意味着前后更短的悬伸。所有这些尺寸都与里约热内卢比大多数其他超小型车更具运动性有关。另一方面是很少有竞争对手提供大型17英寸车轮。起亚Rio EX内饰有一个愉快的外观採用柔软触感的仪表板和门板,您不会在某些汽车上使用更高级别的亚光银色装饰,通风控制面板採用漆黑色饰面,并且沿着下边缘使用大量按钮开关。虽然它不会尖叫奢侈品,也不会尖叫经济型轿车。布料内饰感觉光滑透气。我们从未在闷热的天气裡滑行或卡在它上面。驾驶员座椅提供高度调节,除了基本车型之外的所有车型都有一个倾斜和伸缩式转向柱,以找到合适的驾驶位置。前排斗座具有足够的侧向保持力,可用于驾驶一个小时的车型可以看到短座椅垫,但发现机舱比预期更宽敞。座椅空间小,但与同级别车型相当,适合儿童或小人物.Duck如果你的身高超过6英尺,你的头部会超过5英尺9英寸并完全跳过后排座椅。我们做了大部分6英尺3英寸测试仪,但是他的第二个尺寸 - 12英尺内侧是有问题的。一个13按钮方向盘(在Rio EX上)分组控制音频,巡航,旅行电脑和四个辐条上的电话,两侧都有标准的控制杆。三个-cylinder仪表板提供常用信息,包括发动机温度计许多製造商已降级为警示灯。採用红色针头和中央显示屏的白色黑色照明确保白天或夜晚的可读性。传统的钥匙是受欢迎的,儘管至少有一次我们无法将其从点火装置中拉回来。音频输入和电源点位于变速器之前,控制面板顶部中心。我们的副驾驶员有一些问题通过蓝牙通过名称请求轨道,但是注意到此问题已经发生在设备离开其本国大陆之前。所有困难 - 和我们希望的软键控制功能一样,通风系统也是如此。自动变速器在其所属的驾驶员侧上有手动上/下。前面的存储器很好,有各种尺寸和形状;手套箱很大,收音机旁边的盒子不会容纳很多智能手机。设施包括外部温度指示,地图灯和两侧有遮盖(但不是点亮)的遮阳梳妆镜。货物空间相当好,15立方英尺所有座椅都在适当的位置,宽敞的49.8立方体,后排座椅分开折叠。但要做到后者,你可能需要暂时向前移动前排座椅,以便后排座椅可以放鬆。我们开的车没有备用轮胎但是,如果你不想使用漏气保用轮胎,似乎还有一个空间。相对于班上的其他人来说,力拓拥有竞争性的座椅尺寸和货物容量,为最紧凑的后排腿部空间交换最宽敞的前腿部空间。这很重要值得注意的是,轿车和掀背车的后备箱空间的标准化措施各不相同,因此使用货物数量比较轿车和掀背车可能会产生误导。起亚力拓开车很有趣,有自愿的发动机,6速变速器,并且能够胜任它提供了愿意,充满青春活力的能量.1.6升四缸发动机是唯一提供的。它採用直接燃油喷射,50多年前首次用于街车上,主要用于更昂贵的汽车。这样可以提供良好的动力和燃油经济性。力拓的138马力比同级别的任何车型都要好。除了雪佛兰索尼克具有相同的等级。在相当高的4850转速下,峰值扭矩为123磅 - 英尺,但这又是大部分的除了Sonic可选的涡轮增压1.4升,148磅 - 英尺外,里约需要加速以获得最大功率,但大多数汽油发动机都需要加速。这个是顺畅的,所以如果你想推动它并不重要由于它只增加了一点忙碌的噪音,没有振动或刺耳的声音。而且在最强劲的力量和最轻的重量之间,里约加速相对较好。燃油经济是里约的另一个好故事.EPA数字是30/40英里/加仑城市/高速公路菲亚特500,本田飞度,丰田雅力士,福特嘉年华,日产Versa或雪佛兰索尼克都是无与伦比的,儘管它们中的一些可以匹配里约自动的EPA联合评级为33英里/加仑。即使是特殊的燃油经济型车型也能满足一小部分销售额不会对30英里/加仑城市的自动变速器进行评级。(请记住,这些是美国环保署的估计和驾驶方式会产生更大的差异。)虽然力拓的直接喷射有助于提高燃油经济性,但6速变速箱也是如此使用4速或5速。更多的齿轮允许更好的加速,更低的公路发动机速度,或两者兼而有之,因此在同一辆车中具有更好的性能和燃油经济性.Rio EX上的可选Eco套件具有自动停止/启动功能,配音Idle Stop and Go(ISG)。仅在更昂贵的汽车上发现,该系统在停止时关闭发动机并在剩馀时间重新启动发动机,在城市环境中节省燃气并为城市评级增加每加仑1英里.ISG要求没有司机:没有开关启动,没有转换到空档,没有特殊的踏板技术。当汽车停在製动踏板踩下的情况下,汽车脱离发动机的传动装置并将其关闭。当你抬起脚离开制动踏板时,汽车会重新启动并开车正常情况下,Eco套餐上的自动停止/启动系统可以正常工作,如果您的日常通勤涉及大量的走走停停交通,有助于节省燃料。在炎热,潮湿的一天,AC上,我们平均近35 mpg,根据具体情况不错。两个变速箱都很容易操作。自动编程经济,所以你需要用油门踏板来强制降速,当你需要速度,或者你可以手动换档;它会保持选择的档位,即使你在六档加速加速器。手动提供轻型投掷和离合器动作,不像Fit可能精确但我们从来没有错误的齿轮。相对于最新的起亚车型,汽油激活已被驯服因此,只需轻轻一点踏板即可向前跳.Rio现在具有坡道起步辅助功能,可以防止它在上坡时向后滚动。在路上,里约感觉非常舒适,儘管路面确定了多少噪音从后轮胎渗入。骑行绷紧而不牢固,感觉稳定而不是惩罚。风噪声不是问题,至少达到州际速度,而6速允许相对较低的发动机转速大多数高速公路因此没有机械噪音。经济型汽车不是为顶级操作标记设计的,而是经常使用合理的娱乐驱动器,因为它们的重量较轻。只有2500磅的控制力,里约的质量很低;它以最小的努力改变了方向,没有戏剧性。电动助力转向在中心位置很模煳(很多都是),但确实提供了一些速度感觉.Rio SX,豪华和运动性的顶级,增加了更大的前刹车,稍微坚固的悬挂设置和17英寸的车轮,以较小的成本提高驾驶质量的响应性。我们想像大多数SX买家去那裡寻找功能,但有些人会发现驾驶/操控平衡更偏向于他们的喜好和支付功能 - 重价格溢价来获得它。时尚,高效和有趣。


The Kia Rio is a good choice among subcompacts because it does everything well.It gets excellent fuel economy, it's enjoyable to drive, it's roomy and comfortable.We especially like the Rio 5 hatchback for its convenience.NewCarTestDrive.com correspondent G.R.Whale reported from Seoul, South Korea; Laura Burstein reported from Los Angeles.Kia Rio LX 4-door ($13,600); Rio EX 4-door ($16,500); Rio SX 4-door ($17,700); Rio 5-door LX ($13,800); Rio 5-door EX ($16,700); Rio 5-door SX ($17,900).Gwangmyeong, South Korea.Eco package ($400); includes automatic stop/start feature.Kia Rio 5-door EX ($16,700).The Kia Rio delivers excellent fuel economy, perky performance and a strong warranty for an attractive price with a degree of style.Rio also offers refinement not often found in a subcompact, and it's roomy and comfortable.Completely redesigned for the 2012 model year, Rio is available in two body styles: the four-door Rio sedan and Rio 5-door hatchback.For 2013, changes to the Kia Rio are minimal.The 2013 Kia Rio sedan and hatchback get a revised badge on the hood, trunk lid and steering wheel.Steering-wheel mounted paddle shifters now come on the SX model; hatchback EX and SX trims get a standard cargo floor tray and net.Also, an automatic stop/start feature is included with the optional Eco package.The Rio four-door sedan and Rio 5-door hatchback share styling influences but not all details; with different grilles, tails and side scallops they look more like siblings than twins.Compared with other subcompacts, the Kia Rio models are wider, have a longer wheelbase, shorter overall length and lower roofline; only Nissan's Versa is considerably bigger outside.Kia Rio mechanicals go a step better than basic econo-car.Its 1.6-liter engine uses direct injection to aid power and fuel economy, resulting in the best horsepower in the segment and fuel economy highway ratings in the 40-mpg range.The optional Idle Stop and Go system found on the Eco package, typically reserved for more expensive cars, automatically turns the engine off and on at long stops, saving more fuel for urban drivers and reducing emissions.Rio's all-disc brakes are uncommon in this bracket, as are its available 17-inch wheels.Suspension is conventional in design, delivering a ride suitable for long commutes and behavior suitable for the class.Cabins are nicely put together.They're easy to live with and not overwrought with gimmicky styling.Everything is easy to operate and anyone can quickly master the controls.Kia's reputation for value is carried on by standard features such as air conditioning and power-heated mirrors.Mid-line Rio models have Bluetooth as standard.Upgrades include navigation, Kia's UVO infotainment system by Microsoft, rear camera, leather upholstery and heated front seats.Both sedan and hatchback models offer useful space; we favor the hatch for its added load flexibility and maneuverability.Rio seats are comfortable.And there's good cubby storage in the center console and side door pockets.Interior room stacks up well against competitors, but while Rio is best in terms of front legroom, it suffers from cramped legroom in the rear.On the road, the Rio is smooth and feels refined for the class.The ride is taut without being firm, the feeling one of stability and not punishment.The 2013 Kia Rio is a considered a subcompact car and competes against the Ford Fiesta, Chevrolet Sonic, Hyundai Accent, Nissan Versa, Honda Fit, and Toyota Yaris.The 2013 Kia Rio is offered as a five-door hatchback and a four-door sedan.All Rio models come with a 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine.Rio LX ($13,600) and Rio 5-door LX ($13,800) are equipped with a 6-speed manual gearbox or optional 6-speed automatic ($1,100).LX models come with cloth upholstery, air conditioning, wind-up windows and manual door locks, heated power mirrors, tilt steering, variable intermittent wipers, six-way manual driver seat, split folding rear seat, AM/FM/CD/MP3/AUX/USB stereo with steering wheel controls and 15-inch steel wheels.Rio 5-door hatchbacks include rear wipe/wash.Rio EX ($16,500) and Rio 5-door EX ($16,700) come with the 6-speed automatic.Rio EX models upgrade with power windows and locks, tilt/telescoping steering wheel, Bluetooth, sliding center console armrest, front tweeters, metallic cabin trim with faux leather door panels, power-folding mirrors, cruise control, and chrome trim.Optional is a Convenience package ($1,150) adds a leather-wrapped steering wheel, additional interior lighting, upgraded audio system with UVO-by-Microsoft rear camera, side mirrors with integrated turn signals, automatic headlamps, fog lamps and 15-inch alloy wheels.The Eco Package ($400) includes automatic stop/start, which turns the engine off when stopped to save fuel.Rio SX ($17,700) and Rio 5-door SX ($17,900) are offered with the automatic transmission only and come with everything found on the EX plus a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shifter, dual exhaust outlets, sports suspension calibration, 205/45R17 tires on alloy wheels, larger front brakes, projector headlamps, LED tail and front running lamps, fog lamps, painted center dash, alloy pedal covers, and UVO entertainment with rear camera.A premium package ($2,300) adds leather upholstery, heated front seats, pushbutton start/smart key, LED map lights, UVO navigation and moonroof.Safety features, all standard, include front airbags, front side-impact airbags, side curtain airbags, electronic stability control and hill-start assist.Family resemblances are apparent with the Kia Rio.Certain styling cues are shared with the current-generation Optima midsize sedan, which underwent an extreme makeover from dowdy to dapper in its last redesign.Rio's looks aren't groundbreaking, but they are as contemporary as anything in the class.Rio sedan and hatchback models share front doors and basic structures but surface cosmetics keep them separate.The sedan mirrors the Optima more, with the pinched center top grille and full-width lower air intake.The hatchback has a much smaller upper grille, almost like an engine air intake rather than cooling, and a deeper lower grille segmented in three sections where the angled side sections meet the flat center.Sedan and hatch models use different headlamp housings, and the SX version of each also gets unique lights, including LED daytime running lights.On both body styles the front wheels are well outboard of the headlights, adding a lower, more aggressive look; it's not mean, nor as comic-like as some small cars.A pronounced wedge profile in side view shares a deep front door window, and ahead of the mirror, a small triangular piece of fixed glass that's quite useful for driver vision.The top crease of the scallop in the door panels echoes the windshield pillar line and fairs rearward, on the sedan leading directly to the top of the taillight.Combined with the slender roof pillar and minimal painted surfaces above the lamps, the sedan has an elegant, light, tailored look, disguising the substantial trunk height.On the hatch the roofline tapers down, pinching the rear windows, one reason the Rio hatch does not have more rear-seat headroom than the sedan.The short rear panels wrap around into the hatch, the lights protruding slightly (but still well inside the bumper) for better all-around viewing and staying cleaner in bad weather.On SX models, the taillights have LED elements.The hatchback's rear window is close to horizontal at the top edge, fitted with a small spoiler, and close to a semicircular arc along the bottom edge, reminiscent of the grinning grille on some Mazdas.A dark close-out panel sweeps up from behind the rear wheels serves to visually lower and widen both models.And on both cars the license plate is in this recess, not the hatch or trunk lid, so you never hear it rattle.With trunk or hatch open some portion of the taillights and low-mount reflectors remain visible to improve night-loading safety.Compared with the Ford Fiesta, Chevrolet Sonic, Honda Fit, and Toyota Yaris, the Rio has a longer wheelbase but shorter overall length, and it's wider and lower than most.Extra wheelbase helps ride quality and stability, but a longer wheelbase with a shorter overall length also means shorter overhangs front and rear.All these dimension play into how the Rio comes across a bit sportier than most other subcompacts.The other aspect is that few competitors offer big 17-inch wheels.The Kia Rio EX interior has a pleasant appearance with soft-touch dash and door panels you don't get on some cars a class higher, matte-silver trim, a lacquer-black finish to the ventilation control panel, and with substantial push switches along the lower edge.While it doesn't scream luxury, it doesn't scream economy car, either.Cloth upholstery feels smooth and breathable to the touch; we never slid around or got stuck to it in muggy weather.The driver's seat offers height adjustment and all but the base model have a tilt and telescoping steering column to find a proper driving position.The front bucket seats have enough lateral retention for spirited driving and support sufficient for one-hour drives.Some long-legged types noted short seat cushions but found the cabin roomier than expected.Rear-seat space is small, yet comparable to others in the class and is fine for kids or petite adults.Duck your head for entry if you're more than 5-foot, 9-inches and skip the back seats entirely if you're more than 6 feet tall.We did stuff most of a 6-foot, 3-inch tester in, but getting his second size-12 foot inside was mildly problematic.A 13-button steering wheel (on the Rio EX) groups controls for audio, cruise, trip computer, and phone on four spokes, with standard stalk controls on both sides.The three-cylinder instrument panel provides the usual info, including an engine temperature gauge many manufacturers have relegated to warning lights.Crisp white-on-black lighting with red needles and central display ensures readability day or night.The traditional key was welcome, though at least once we had trouble pulling it back out of the ignition.Audio inputs and power points are ahead of the shifter, the control panel top center.Our co-pilot had some issues requesting tracks by name through Bluetooth, but noted this problem has occurred before with the device out of its home continent.All the hard- and soft-key controls functioned as we hoped, as did the ventilation system.The automatic shifter has manual up/down on the driver's side where it belongs.Cubby storage up front is good, with a variety of sizes and shapes; the glovebox is big and the box next to the radio will not hold many smartphones.Amenities include exterior temperature indication, map lights, and covered (but not lighted) visor vanity mirrors on both sides.Cargo space is reasonably good at 15 cubic feet with all seats in place, and a roomy 49.8 cubes with the split rear seats folded flat.But to do the latter, you might need to temporarily move the front seats forward so the rear headrests can drop clear.The cars we drove had no spare tire, but there appears to be room for one if you don't want run-flat tires.Relative to others in the class, the Rio has competitive seating dimensions and cargo capacity, trading the most generous front legroom for tightest rear legroom.It's important to note that standardized measures of trunk space vary by sedans and hatchbacks, so comparing sedans and hatchbacks using the cargo numbers can be misleading.The Kia Rio is fun to drive, with a willing engine, 6-speed transmissions, and capable if unsophisticated suspension.It conveys willing, youthful energy.A 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine is the only one offered.It employs direct fuel injection, first used on a street car more than 50 years ago and still reserved primarily for more expensive cars.This yields good power and fuel economy.The Rio's 138 horsepower is better than anything in the class except the Chevrolet Sonic with the same rating.Peak torque is 123 pound-feet at a fairly high 4850 rpm, but again this has most of the class covered, except for the Sonic's optional turbocharged 1.4-liter at 148 pound-feet.The Rio needs to be revved for maximum power, but so do most gasoline engines.This one is smooth so it doesn't really matter if you want to push hard because it adds only a bit of busy noise, absent the vibration or harshness.And with the most power and among the lightest weight in the segment, the Rio accelerates comparably well.Fuel economy is another good story for the Rio.EPA numbers are 30/40 mpg City/Highway, which are unmatched by the Fiat 500, Honda Fit, Toyota Yaris, Ford Fiesta, Nissan Versa, or Chevrolet Sonic, though a couple of them can match the Rio automatic's EPA Combined rating of 33 mpg.Even the special fuel-economy models that account for a small fraction of sales don't rate 30 mpg City with an automatic.(Keep in mind these are EPA estimates and driving style makes far greater differences.) While Rio's direct injection helps fuel economy, so do 6-speed transmissions where competitors often use 4- or 5-speeds.More gears allows better acceleration, lower highway engine speed, or both, hence better performance and fuel economy in the same car.An optional Eco Package on the Rio EX features an automatic stop/start feature, dubbed Idle Stop and Go (ISG).Often found only on more expensive cars, this system switches the engine off at stops and restarts it when time to go, saving gas in urban situations and adding one mile per gallon to the city rating.ISG requires nothing of the driver: No switches to activate, no shifting into neutral, no special pedal techniques.As the car stops with the brake pedal depressed the car disengages transmission from engine and switches it off.As you lift your foot off the brake pedal the car restarts and you drive off as normal.The automatic stop/start system on the Eco package works just as it should, and helps save fuel if your daily commute involves lots of stop-and-go traffic.On a hot, humid day with AC on, we averaged near 35 mpg, not bad in light of the circumstances.Both transmissions are easy to operate.The automatic has been programmed for economy so you have to be forceful with the gas pedal to effect a downshift when speed is needed, or you can shift manually; it will hold the gear selected even if you mat the accelerator in sixth gear.The manual offers light throws and clutch action, not as precise as a Fit perhaps but we never got the wrong gear.Throttle activation has been tamed relative most recent Kia models, so it doesn't jump forward with just a minor touch on the pedal.Rio now has hill start assist to keep it from rolling backward on uphill starts.On the road, the Rio feels quite comfortable, though the road surface determines how much noise seeps in from the rear tires.The ride is taut without being firm, the feeling one of stability and not punishment.Wind noise is not an issue, at least up to Interstate speeds, and the 6-speeds allow relatively low engine speeds for most highways so there's no mechanical noise.Economy cars aren't designed for top handling marks but frequently make plausibly entertaining drives because they weigh less.With just 2500 pounds to control, the Rio has low mass on its side; it changes direction with minimal effort and no drama.The electric-assist steering is vague on center (many are) but does offer up some feel at speed.The Rio SX, top of the line in luxury and sportiness, adds bigger front brakes, slightly firmer suspension settings and 17-inch wheels for a minor improvement in responsiveness at a minor cost in ride quality.We imagine the majority of SX buyers go there for the features but some will find the ride/handling balance skewed more to their liking and pay the features-heavy price premium to get it.Stylish, efficient and fun.

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起亚力士是小型车的理想选择,因为它做得很好。它具有出色的燃油经济性,驾驶乐趣,宽敞舒适。我们特别喜欢Rio 5掀背车的便利性.NewCarTestDrive.com记者GRWhale从首尔报导,韩国;来自洛杉矶的Laura Burstein报导.Kia Rio LX 4门(13,600美元); Rio EX 4门(16,500美元); Rio SX 4门(17,700美元); Rio 5门LX(13800美元); Rio 5门EX($ 16,700); Rio 5门SX(17,900美元)。韩国光明.Eco套餐(400美元);包括自动停止/启动功能.Kia Rio 5门EX(售价16,700美元)。起亚力拓提供出色的燃油经济性,性能和强大的保修价格,具有一定的风格.Rio还提供经常出现的精緻性。力拓和舒适。完全重新设计了2012车型年,力拓有两种车型:四门里约轿车和里约五门掀背车。2013年,起亚力拓的变化很小。2013 Kia Rio轿车和掀背车在引擎盖,后备箱盖和方向盘上获得了修改后的徽章。转向轮安装的换挡拨片现在採用SX车型;两厢EX和SX装饰有一个标准的货物地板托盘和网。此外,可选的Eco套件还包括一个自动停止/启动功能。里约四门轿车和力拓五门掀背车分享造型影响但不是所有细节;不同的格栅,尾巴和侧扇贝,它们看起来更像兄弟姐妹而不是双胞胎。与其他超小型车相比,起亚力拓车型更宽,轴距更长,总长度更短,车顶线更低;只有日产的Versa在外面相当大.Kia Rio机械车比基本的econo-car更好一步。它的1.6升发动机採用直接喷射来辅助动力和燃油经济性,从而实现了该领域的最佳马力和燃油经济性的高速公路等级。在80英里/加仑的范围内。在Eco包装上可选择的Idle Stop and Go系统,通常用于更昂贵的汽车,可以自动关闭和停止发动机,为城市驾驶员节省更多燃料并减少排放.Rio全部 - 这种支架上的盘式製动器并不常见,它的17英寸轮毂也是不常见的。悬架是传统的设计,适合长时间的通勤和适合该级别的行为。车厢很好地放在一起。它们很容易与并且没有过于花哨的造型。一切都很容易操作,任何人都可以快速掌握控制.Kia的价值声誉是通过标准功能进行的,如空调和电加热镜.Mid -line Rio车型标配蓝牙。升级包括导航,微软的起亚UVO信息娱乐系统,后置摄像头,皮革内饰和加热前排座椅。轿车和掀背车型提供了有用的空间;我们喜欢舱口,因为它增加了负载的灵活性和机动性。里约座椅很舒适。中央控制台和侧门口袋都有良好的小房间存储空间。内部空间与竞争对手相媲美,但力拓在前排腿部空间方面表现最佳,它在后部拥有狭窄的腿部空间。在路上,里约是平稳的,并且在课堂上感觉精緻。骑行紧张而不坚定,感觉稳定而不是惩罚。2013年起亚力拓被认为是一种微型车汽车并与福特嘉年华,雪佛兰索尼克,现代雅绅特,日产Versa,本田飞度和丰田雅力士竞争。2013款起亚力拓提供五门掀背车和四门轿车。所有力拓车型均配备1.6 - 四缸发动机.Rio LX(13,600美元)和Rio 5门LX(13800美元)配备6速手动变速箱或可选的6速自动变速箱(1,100美元).LX车型配有布艺装饰,空调,发条窗户和手动门锁,加热电动后视镜,倾斜转向,可变间歇雨刷,六向手动驾驶员座椅,分体折叠后座椅,AM / FM / CD / MP3 / AUX / USB立体声,带方向盘控制和15英寸钢轮.Rio 5门掀背车包括后部擦拭/清洗.Rio EX(16,500美元)和Rio 5门EX($ 16,700)配备6速自动.Rio EX车型升级带电动车窗和锁,倾斜/伸缩方向盘,蓝牙,滑动中控台扶手,前高音喇叭,金属车厢内饰,彷皮门板,电动折叠后视镜,巡航控制和镀铬装饰。可选方便套装(1,150美元)增加了皮革包裹的方向盘,额外的室内照明,升级音响系统和UVO-by -Microsoft后置摄像头,带集成转向灯的侧视镜,自动前照灯,雾灯和15英寸合金轮毂.Eco Package(400美元)包括自动停止/启动功能,可在停止时关闭发动机以节省燃油.Rio SX( $ 17,700)和Rio 5门SX(17,900美元)与autom一起提供只有atic变速箱,配备EX上的所有东西,加上皮革包裹的方向盘和换档杆,双排气口,运动悬架校准,合金车轮上的205 / 45R17轮胎,更大的前製动器,投影机前照灯,LED尾灯和前行灯,雾灯,彩绘中心仪表板,合金踏板盖,以及后置摄像头的UVO娱乐。高级套装(2,300美元)增加了皮革内饰,加热前排座椅,按钮启动/智能钥匙,LED地图灯,UVO导航和天窗。安全功能,所有标准,包括前安全气囊,前侧面安全气囊,侧帘式安全气囊,电子稳定控制和坡道起步辅助。起亚力拓的系列相似性。与当代的Optima中型轿车共享一些造型线索,在最后的重新设计中经历了从暴跌到精緻的极端改造.Rio的外观并不具有开创性,但它们与同类产品中的任何东西一样具有现代感.Rio轿车和两厢车型前门和基本结构,但表面化妆品保持独立。轿车更多地反映Optima,夹紧中心顶部格栅和全宽下部进气口。掀背车上部格栅小得多,几乎像发动机进气口冷却,以及更深的下格栅分为三个部分,其中倾斜的侧面部分与平坦的中心相交.Sedan和舱口模型使用不同的前照灯外壳,每个SX版本也获得独特的灯光,包括LED日间行车灯。两者都有车身前部车轮的车身外观很好,增加了更低,更具侵略性的外观;它并不像一些小型汽车那样具有喜剧性。侧视图中明显的楔形轮廓共享一个深的前门窗,并且在镜子前面,是一个小的三角形固定玻璃,对驾驶员的视觉非常有用。门板上扇贝的摺痕与挡风玻璃柱线和后方展开呼应,直接通往尾灯顶部的轿车。与细长的车顶支柱和灯具上方最小的涂漆表面相结合,轿车优雅轻盈在舱口盖上,车顶线向下逐渐缩小,捏住后窗,其中一个原因是Rio舱盖没有比轿车更多的后座空间。短后板环绕舱口,车灯略微突出(但仍然保持在保险槓内部),以便在恶劣天气下更好地全方位观看并保持清洁。在SX车型上,尾灯有LED元件。掀背车的后窗在顶部边缘接近水平,配有一个小扰流板,沿着底部边缘接近半圆形弧线,让人联想到一些Mazdas上的咧嘴笑着的格栅。从后轮后面扫过的黑色封闭式面板可以在视觉上降低和扩大两种型号。然后开启两个车牌都在这个凹槽中,而不是舱口盖或行李箱盖,所以你永远不会听到它的嘎嘎声。随着行李箱或舱口打开,尾灯的一些部分和低位反射器仍然可见,以提高夜间安全性。与之相比在福特Fiesta,雪佛兰索尼克,本田飞度和丰田雅力士,力拓拥有更长的轴距但更短的总长度,并且它比大多数更宽更低。额外的轴距有助于提高质量和稳定性,但更长的轴距和更短的总长度也意味着前后更短的悬伸。所有这些尺寸都与里约热内卢比大多数其他超小型车更具运动性有关。另一方面是很少有竞争对手提供大型17英寸车轮。起亚Rio EX内饰有一个愉快的外观採用柔软触感的仪表板和门板,您不会在某些汽车上使用更高级别的亚光银色装饰,通风控制面板採用漆黑色饰面,并且沿着下边缘使用大量按钮开关。虽然它不会尖叫奢侈品,也不会尖叫经济型轿车。布料内饰感觉光滑透气。我们从未在闷热的天气裡滑行或卡在它上面。驾驶员座椅提供高度调节,除了基本车型之外的所有车型都有一个倾斜和伸缩式转向柱,以找到合适的驾驶位置。前排斗座具有足够的侧向保持力,可用于驾驶一个小时的车型可以看到短座椅垫,但发现机舱比预期更宽敞。座椅空间小,但与同级别车型相当,适合儿童或小人物.Duck如果你的身高超过6英尺,你的头部会超过5英尺9英寸并完全跳过后排座椅。我们做了大部分6英尺3英寸测试仪,但是他的第二个尺寸 - 12英尺内侧是有问题的。一个13按钮方向盘(在Rio EX上)分组控制音频,巡航,旅行电脑和四个辐条上的电话,两侧都有标准的控制杆。三个-cylinder仪表板提供常用信息,包括发动机温度计许多製造商已降级为警示灯。採用红色针头和中央显示屏的白色黑色照明确保白天或夜晚的可读性。传统的钥匙是受欢迎的,儘管至少有一次我们无法将其从点火装置中拉回来。音频输入和电源点位于变速器之前,控制面板顶部中心。我们的副驾驶员有一些问题通过蓝牙通过名称请求轨道,但是注意到此问题已经发生在设备离开其本国大陆之前。所有困难 - 和我们希望的软键控制功能一样,通风系统也是如此。自动变速器在其所属的驾驶员侧上有手动上/下。前面的存储器很好,有各种尺寸和形状;手套箱很大,收音机旁边的盒子不会容纳很多智能手机。设施包括外部温度指示,地图灯和两侧有遮盖(但不是点亮)的遮阳梳妆镜。货物空间相当好,15立方英尺所有座椅都在适当的位置,宽敞的49.8立方体,后排座椅分开折叠。但要做到后者,你可能需要暂时向前移动前排座椅,以便后排座椅可以放鬆。我们开的车没有备用轮胎但是,如果你不想使用漏气保用轮胎,似乎还有一个空间。相对于班上的其他人来说,力拓拥有竞争性的座椅尺寸和货物容量,为最紧凑的后排腿部空间交换最宽敞的前腿部空间。这很重要值得注意的是,轿车和掀背车的后备箱空间的标准化措施各不相同,因此使用货物数量比较轿车和掀背车可能会产生误导。起亚力拓开车很有趣,有自愿的发动机,6速变速器,并且能够胜任它提供了愿意,充满青春活力的能量.1.6升四缸发动机是唯一提供的。它採用直接燃油喷射,50多年前首次用于街车上,主要用于更昂贵的汽车。这样可以提供良好的动力和燃油经济性。力拓的138马力比同级别的任何车型都要好。除了雪佛兰索尼克具有相同的等级。在相当高的4850转速下,峰值扭矩为123磅 - 英尺,但这又是大部分的除了Sonic可选的涡轮增压1.4升,148磅 - 英尺外,里约需要加速以获得最大功率,但大多数汽油发动机都需要加速。这个是顺畅的,所以如果你想推动它并不重要由于它只增加了一点忙碌的噪音,没有振动或刺耳的声音。而且在最强劲的力量和最轻的重量之间,里约加速相对较好。燃油经济是里约的另一个好故事.EPA数字是30/40英里/加仑城市/高速公路菲亚特500,本田飞度,丰田雅力士,福特嘉年华,日产Versa或雪佛兰索尼克都是无与伦比的,儘管它们中的一些可以匹配里约自动的EPA联合评级为33英里/加仑。即使是特殊的燃油经济型车型也能满足一小部分销售额不会对30英里/加仑城市的自动变速器进行评级。(请记住,这些是美国环保署的估计和驾驶方式会产生更大的差异。)虽然力拓的直接喷射有助于提高燃油经济性,但6速变速箱也是如此使用4速或5速。更多的齿轮允许更好的加速,更低的公路发动机速度,或两者兼而有之,因此在同一辆车中具有更好的性能和燃油经济性.Rio EX上的可选Eco套件具有自动停止/启动功能,配音Idle Stop and Go(ISG)。仅在更昂贵的汽车上发现,该系统在停止时关闭发动机并在剩馀时间重新启动发动机,在城市环境中节省燃气并为城市评级增加每加仑1英里.ISG要求没有司机:没有开关启动,没有转换到空档,没有特殊的踏板技术。当汽车停在製动踏板踩下的情况下,汽车脱离发动机的传动装置并将其关闭。当你抬起脚离开制动踏板时,汽车会重新启动并开车正常情况下,Eco套餐上的自动停止/启动系统可以正常工作,如果您的日常通勤涉及大量的走走停停交通,有助于节省燃料。在炎热,潮湿的一天,AC上,我们平均近35 mpg,根据具体情况不错。两个变速箱都很容易操作。自动编程经济,所以你需要用油门踏板来强制降速,当你需要速度,或者你可以手动换档;它会保持选择的档位,即使你在六档加速加速器。手动提供轻型投掷和离合器动作,不像Fit可能精确但我们从来没有错误的齿轮。相对于最新的起亚车型,汽油激活已被驯服因此,只需轻轻一点踏板即可向前跳.Rio现在具有坡道起步辅助功能,可以防止它在上坡时向后滚动。在路上,里约感觉非常舒适,儘管路面确定了多少噪音从后轮胎渗入。骑行绷紧而不牢固,感觉稳定而不是惩罚。风噪声不是问题,至少达到州际速度,而6速允许相对较低的发动机转速大多数高速公路因此没有机械噪音。经济型汽车不是为顶级操作标记设计的,而是经常使用合理的娱乐驱动器,因为它们的重量较轻。只有2500磅的控制力,里约的质量很低;它以最小的努力改变了方向,没有戏剧性。电动助力转向在中心位置很模煳(很多都是),但确实提供了一些速度感觉.Rio SX,豪华和运动性的顶级,增加了更大的前刹车,稍微坚固的悬挂设置和17英寸的车轮,以较小的成本提高驾驶质量的响应性。我们想像大多数SX买家去那裡寻找功能,但有些人会发现驾驶/操控平衡更偏向于他们的喜好和支付功能 - 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The Kia Rio is a good choice among subcompacts because it does everything well.It gets excellent fuel economy, it's enjoyable to drive, it's roomy and comfortable.We especially like the Rio 5 hatchback for its convenience.NewCarTestDrive.com correspondent G.R.Whale reported from Seoul, South Korea; Laura Burstein reported from Los Angeles.Kia Rio LX 4-door ($13,600); Rio EX 4-door ($16,500); Rio SX 4-door ($17,700); Rio 5-door LX ($13,800); Rio 5-door EX ($16,700); Rio 5-door SX ($17,900).Gwangmyeong, South Korea.Eco package ($400); includes automatic stop/start feature.Kia Rio 5-door EX ($16,700).The Kia Rio delivers excellent fuel economy, perky performance and a strong warranty for an attractive price with a degree of style.Rio also offers refinement not often found in a subcompact, and it's roomy and comfortable.Completely redesigned for the 2012 model year, Rio is available in two body styles: the four-door Rio sedan and Rio 5-door hatchback.For 2013, changes to the Kia Rio are minimal.The 2013 Kia Rio sedan and hatchback get a revised badge on the hood, trunk lid and steering wheel.Steering-wheel mounted paddle shifters now come on the SX model; hatchback EX and SX trims get a standard cargo floor tray and net.Also, an automatic stop/start feature is included with the optional Eco package.The Rio four-door sedan and Rio 5-door hatchback share styling influences but not all details; with different grilles, tails and side scallops they look more like siblings than twins.Compared with other subcompacts, the Kia Rio models are wider, have a longer wheelbase, shorter overall length and lower roofline; only Nissan's Versa is considerably bigger outside.Kia Rio mechanicals go a step better than basic econo-car.Its 1.6-liter engine uses direct injection to aid power and fuel economy, resulting in the best horsepower in the segment and fuel economy highway ratings in the 40-mpg range.The optional Idle Stop and Go system found on the Eco package, typically reserved for more expensive cars, automatically turns the engine off and on at long stops, saving more fuel for urban drivers and reducing emissions.Rio's all-disc brakes are uncommon in this bracket, as are its available 17-inch wheels.Suspension is conventional in design, delivering a ride suitable for long commutes and behavior suitable for the class.Cabins are nicely put together.They're easy to live with and not overwrought with gimmicky styling.Everything is easy to operate and anyone can qui ickly master the controls.Kia's reputation for value is carried on by standard features such as air conditioning and power-heated mirrors.Mid-line Rio models have Bluetooth as standard.Upgrades include navigation, Kia's UVO infotainment system by Microsoft, rear camera, leather upholstery and heated front seats.Both sedan and hatchback models offer useful space; we favor the hatch for its added load flexibility and maneuverability.Rio seats are comfortable.And there's good cubby storage in the center console and side door pockets.Interior room stacks up well against competitors, but while Rio is best in terms of front legroom, it suffers from cramped legroom in the rear.On the road, the Rio is smooth and feels refined for the class.The ride is taut without being firm, the feeling one of stability and not punishment.The 2013 Kia Rio is a considered a subcompact car and competes against the Ford Fiesta, Chevrolet Sonic, Hyundai Accent, Nissan Versa, Honda Fit, and Toyota Yaris.The 2013 Kia Rio is offered as a five-door hatchback and a four-door sedan.All Rio models come with a 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine.Rio LX ($13,600) and Rio 5-door LX ($13,800) are equipped with a 6-speed manual gearbox or optional 6-speed automatic ($1,100).LX models come with cloth upholstery, air conditioning, wind-up windows and manual door locks, heated power mirrors, tilt steering, variable intermittent wipers, six-way manual driver seat, split folding rear seat, AM/FM/CD/MP3/AUX/USB stereo with steering wheel controls and 15-inch steel wheels.Rio 5-door hatchbacks include rear wipe/wash.Rio EX ($16,500) and Rio 5-door EX ($16,700) come with the 6-speed automatic.Rio EX models upgrade with power windows and locks, tilt/telescoping steering wheel, Bluetooth, sliding center console armrest, front tweeters, metallic cabin trim with faux leather door panels, power-folding mirrors, cruise control, and chrome trim.Optional is a Convenience package ($1,150) adds a leather-wrapped steering wheel, additional interior lighting, upgraded audio system with UVO-by-Microsoft rear camera, side mirrors with integrated turn signals, automatic headlamps, fog lamps and 15-inch alloy wheels.The Eco Package ($400) includes automatic stop/start, which turns the engine off when stopped to save fuel.Rio SX ($17,700) and Rio 5-door SX ($17,900) are offered with the automatic transmission only and come with everything found on the EX plus a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shifter, dual exhaust outlets, sports suspension calibration, 205/45R17 tires on alloy wheels, larger front brakes, projector headlamps, LED tail and front running lamps, fog lamps, painted center dash, alloy pedal covers, and UVO entertainment with rear camera.A premium package ($2,300) adds leather upholstery, heated front seats, pushbutton start/smart key, LED map lights, UVO navigation and moonroof.Safety features, all standard, include front airbags, front side-impact airbags, side curtain airbags, electronic stability control and hill-start assist.Family resemblances are apparent with the Kia Rio.Certain styling cues are shared with the current-generation Optima midsize sedan, which underwent an extreme makeover from dowdy to dapper in its last redesign.Rio's looks aren't groundbreaking, but they are as contemporary as anything in the class.Rio sedan and hatchback models share front doors and basic structures but surface cosmetics keep them separate.The sedan mirrors the Optima more, with the pinched center top grille and full-width lower air intake.The hatchback has a much smaller upper grille, almost like an engine air intake rather than cooling, and a deeper lower grille segmented in three sections where the angled side sections meet the flat center.Sedan and hatch models use different headlamp housings, and the SX version of each also gets unique lights, including LED daytime running lights.On both body styles the front wheels are well outboard of the headlights, adding a lower, more aggressive look; it's not mean, nor as comic-like as some small cars.A pronounced wedge profile in side view shares a deep front door window, and ahead of the mirror, a small triangular piece of fixed glass that's quite useful for driver vision.The top crease of the scallop in the door panels echoes the windshield pillar line and fairs rearward, on the sedan leading directly to the top of the taillight.Combined with the slender roof pillar and minimal painted surfaces above the lamps, the sedan has an elegant, light, tailored look, disguising the substantial trunk height.On the hatch the roofline tapers down, pinching the rear windows, one reason the Rio hatch does not have more rear-seat headroom than the sedan.The short rear panels wrap around into the hatch, the lights protruding slightly (but still well inside the bumper) for better all-around viewing and staying cleaner in bad weather.On SX models, the taillights have LED elements.The hatchback's rear window is close to horizontal at the top edge, fitted with a small spoiler, and close to a semicircular arc along the bottom edge, reminiscent of the grinning grille on some Mazdas.A dark close-out panel sweeps up from behind the rear wheels serves to visually lower and widen both models.And on both cars the license plate is in this recess, not the hatch or trunk lid, so you never hear it rattle.With trunk or hatch open some portion of the taillights and low-mount reflectors remain visible to improve night-loading safety.Compared with the Ford Fiesta, Chevrolet Sonic, Honda Fit, and Toyota Yaris, the Rio has a longer wheelbase but shorter overall length, and it's wider and lower than most.Extra wheelbase helps ride quality and stability, but a longer wheelbase with a shorter overall length also means shorter overhangs front and rear.All these dimension play into how the Rio comes across a bit sportier than most other subcompacts.The other aspect is that few competitors offer big 17-inch wheels.The Kia Rio EX interior has a pleasant appearance with soft-touch dash and door panels you don't get on some cars a class higher, matte-silver trim, a lacquer-black finish to the ventilation control panel, and with substantial push switches along the lower edge.While it doesn't scream luxury, it doesn't scream economy car, either.Cloth upholstery feels smooth and breathable to the touch; we never slid around or got stuck to it in muggy weather.The driver's seat offers height adjustment and all but the base model have a tilt and telescoping steering column to find a proper driving position.The front bucket seats have enough lateral retention for spirited driving and support sufficient for one-hour drives.Some long-legged types noted short seat cushions but found the cabin roomier than expected.Rear-seat space is small, yet comparable to others in the class and is fine for kids or petite adults.Duck your head for entry if you're more than 5-foot, 9-inches and skip the back seats entirely if you're more than 6 feet tall.We did stuff most of a 6-foot, 3-inch tester in, but getting his second size-12 foot inside was mildly problematic.A 13-button steering wheel (on the Rio EX) groups controls for audio, cruise, trip computer, and phone on four spokes, with standard stalk controls on both sides.The three-cylinder instrument panel provides the usual info, including an engine temperature gauge many manufacturers have relegated to warning lights.Crisp white-on-black lighting with red needles and central display ensures readability day or night.The traditional key was welcome, though at least once we had trouble pulling it back out of the ignition.Audio inputs and power points are ahead of the shifter, the control panel top center.Our co-pilot had some issues requesting tracks by name through Bluetooth, but noted this problem has occurred before with the device out of its home continent.All the hard- and soft-key controls functioned as we hoped, as did the ventilation system.The automatic shifter has manual up/down on the driver's side where it belongs.Cubby storage up front is good, with a variety of sizes and shapes; the glovebox is big and the box next to the radio will not hold many smartphones.Amenities include exterior temperature indication, map lights, and covered (but not lighted) visor vanity mirrors on both sides.Cargo space is reasonably good at 15 cubic feet with all seats in place, and a roomy 49.8 cubes with the split rear seats folded flat.But to do the latter, you might need to temporarily move the front seats forward so the rear headrests can drop clear.The cars we drove had no spare tire, but there appears to be room for one if you don't want run-flat tires.Relative to others in the class, the Rio has competitive seating dimensions and cargo capacity, trading the most generous front legroom for tightest rear legroom.It's important to note that standardized measures of trunk space vary by sedans and hatchbacks, so comparing sedans and hatchbacks using the cargo numbers can be misleading.The Kia Rio is fun to drive, with a willing engine, 6-speed transmissions, and capable if unsophisticated suspension.It conveys willing, youthful energy.A 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine is the only one offered.It employs direct fuel injection, first used on a street car more than 50 years ago and still reserved primarily for more expensive cars.This yields good power and fuel economy.The Rio's 138 horsepower is better than anything in the class except the Chevrolet Sonic with the same rating.Peak torque is 123 pound-feet at a fairly high 4850 rpm, but again this has most of the class covered, except for the Sonic's optional turbocharged 1.4-liter at 148 pound-feet.The Rio needs to be revved for maximum power, but so do most gasoline engines.This one is smooth so it doesn't really matter if you want to push hard because it adds only a bit of busy noise, absent the vibration or harshness.And with the most power and among the lightest weight in the segment, the Rio accelerates comparably well.Fuel economy is another good story for the Rio.EPA numbers are 30/40 mpg City/Highway, which are unmatched by the Fiat 500, Honda Fit, Toyota Yaris, Ford Fiesta, Nissan Versa, or Chevrolet Sonic, though a couple of them can match the Rio automatic's EPA Combined rating of 33 mpg.Even the special fuel-economy models that account for a small fraction of sales don't rate 30 mpg City with an automatic.(Keep in mind these are EPA estimates and driving style makes far greater differences.) While Rio's direct injection helps fuel economy, so do 6-speed transmissions where competitors often use 4- or 5-speeds.More gears allows better acceleration, lower highway engine speed, or both, hence better performance and fuel economy in the same car.An optional Eco Package on the Rio EX features an automatic stop/start feature, dubbed Idle Stop and Go (ISG).Often found only on more expensive cars, this system switches the engine off at stops and restarts it when time to go, saving gas in urban situations and adding one mile per gallon to the city rating.ISG requires nothing of the driver: No switches to activate, no shifting into neutral, no special pedal techniques.As the car stops with the brake pedal depressed the car disengages transmission from engine and switches it off.As you lift your foot off the brake pedal the car restarts and you drive off as normal.The automatic stop/start system on the Eco package works just as it should, and helps save fuel if your daily commute involves lots of stop-and-go traffic.On a hot, humid day with AC on, we averaged near 35 mpg, not bad in light of the circumstances.Both transmissions are easy to operate.The automatic has been programmed for economy so you have to be forceful with the gas pedal to effect a downshift when speed is needed, or you can shift manually; it will hold the gear selected even if you mat the accelerator in sixth gear.The manual offers light throws and clutch action, not as precise as a Fit perhaps but we never got the wrong gear.Throttle activation has been tamed relative most recent Kia models, so it doesn't jump forward with just a minor touch on the pedal.Rio now has hill start assist to keep it from rolling backward on uphill starts.On the road, the Rio feels quite comfortable, though the road surface determines how much noise seeps in from the rear tires.The ride is taut without being firm, the feeling one of stability and not punishment.Wind noise is not an issue, at least up to Interstate speeds, and the 6-speeds allow relatively low engine speeds for most highways so there's no mechanical noise.Economy cars aren't designed for top handling marks but frequently make plausibly entertaining drives because they weigh less.With just 2500 pounds to control, the Rio has low mass on its side; it changes direction with minimal effort and no drama.The electric-assist steering is vague on center (many are) but does offer up some feel at speed.The Rio SX, top of the line in luxury and sportiness, adds bigger front brakes, slightly firmer suspension settings and 17-inch wheels for a minor improvement in responsiveness at a minor cost in ride quality.We imagine the majority of SX buyers go there for the features but some will find the ride/handling balance skewed more to their liking and pay the features-heavy price premium to get it.Stylish, efficient and fun.

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