2017 Kia Rio Lease
2017 Kia Rio Lease - Small and cheap, the new 2017 Kia Rio and Rio 5-door demonstrate you can have great efficiency and a low car installment without feeling like you've needed to give up everything else on your list of things to get. These subcompacts offer extraordinary design, high style, and a not insignificant rundown of solace and accommodation features once discovered just on top of the line luxury cars.

That great rundown of standard and available features, which incorporates Kia's UVO infotainment framework, power-collapsing side mirrors and route, makes the new Rio a genuine champion in its fragment against such opponents as the Nissan Versa and Chevy Sonic. Kia's 10-year/100,000-mile powertrain guarantee is likewise standard, and it's about twofold what is offered by the Honda Fit, Scion iA or Ford Fiesta.

The 2017 Kia Rio separates itself from different cars in the class with its solid performance and upscale inside. An underpowered engine is a genuinely ordinary quality of a subcompact car, however the Rio resists the pattern with its fit 138-horsepower four-cylinder engine – a standout amongst the most powerful base engines in the class.

In any case, the engine is somewhat boisterous at speed, and its quality outcomes in poor mileage gauges. Another class hallmark is dull dealing with, however the Rio resists that with its light-footed taking care of, pleasantly weighted steering, and solid brakes. For a small car, the Rio feels strong out and about, so wind blasts won't influence it from side to side.

Kia Rio Key Competitor

Kia Rio Prices and Trims

The Kia Rio sedan ($14,165) comes in two trims: LX and EX. The 5-door Rio hatchback comes in three trims. In the same way as other subcompacts, the Rio doesn't come standard with power windows or power door locks. While the Rio EX ($17,755), the top trim level, has a critical price hop of $3,590, it might be justified, despite all the trouble on the off chance that you lean toward not to wrench your windows or open every door individually by hand. The second trim level likewise includes Bluetooth, which is a genuinely basic standard feature in the class. The Rio EX likewise allows you to include features like a rearview camera and an infotainment framework, which you can't get with the base model. On the off chance that you need greatest cargo space, pick the Rio 5-door EX ($17,905), which accompanies an indistinguishable features from the EX sedan.

Kia Rio LX

The Kia Rio LX has a beginning price of $14,165. It accompanies a four-speaker sound framework, satellite radio, a USB port, and steering wheel-mounted sound controls. A six-speed manual transmission is standard, and a six-speed automatic will cost you $1,230.

Kia Rio EX

Climbing to the Rio EX trim expenses $17,755. This trim includes a six-speed automatic transmission, remote keyless section, power windows, power door bolts, a six-speaker stereo, and Bluetooth telephone network.

For $600, the ECO bundle accompanies the UVO infotainment framework, a rearview camera, and an engine stop-begin framework, which saves fuel by incidentally killing the engine when you quickly stop the car. For $750, you get those features, in addition to cowhide trimmed upholstery and a 4.3-inch shading touch-screen show.

Kia Rio 5-door LX

The Rio LX hatchback begins at $15,495 and has an indistinguishable features from the Rio LX sedan.

Kia Rio 5-door EX

The Rio EX hatchback is priced at $17,905, and it has an indistinguishable features from the Rio EX sedan.

Kia Rio 5-door SX

The Rio SX hatchback – which has a sport-tuned suspension – costs $20,905. It includes a standard rearview camera, an infotainment framework with a 7-inch touch-screen and voice-controlled route, push-catch begin, steering wheel-mounted oar shifters, power-collapsing mirrors, and a power sunroof.

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Kia Rio Lease Buying Advice

Last Updated: March 17, 2017

Slumping Sales: Kia Rio lease dealers have moved 36.8 percent fewer Rio models so far in 2017 compared to the same period in 2016. In fact, among subcompact cars, only the Smart Fortwo has lower sales numbers this year.

Low Prices: A base Kia Rio lease will only cost you $14,165, which is one of the lowest starting prices in the segment. A top-trim Rio is also priced well below the fully loaded norm for the class at $20,905. Those bargain prices come with sacrifices though, as most competitors offer more extensive standard and available tech and safety features than the Rio.

Time to Buy: With very slow demand and cheap pricing, the Rio is a smart buy for shoppers on a very strict budget. This month’s Kia deals may help you save more money. If you can afford to spend a bit more, however, you’ll probably be happier with alternatives like the Honda Fit or Ford Fiesta.

2017 Kia Rio Engine Performance

All adaptations of Kia's 2016 Rio subcompact sedan and hatchback are powered by a smooth and affable 138-horsepower 1.6-liter 4-cylinder engine. Base sedan models accompany a 6-speed manual transmission, while the two higher trims and all hatchback models are fitted with the more well known 6-speed automatic, which is the one to get.

All Kia Rio models are front-wheel drive and keep running on general unleaded gasoline. At 27-mpg city/36-mpg interstate, the Rio's mileage is great however not the best in this fragment. EX models can be had with the Idle Stop and Go feature that cuts the engine at stoplights, yet it's a costly $1,200 choice and shockingly Kia asserts just a small single-mpg advantage with the framework in consolidated driving.

The EPA assesses that the Rio gets up to 27 mpg in the city and 36 mpg on the expressway with either the manual or automatic transmission. That is beneath normal for a subcompact car.

The Hyundai Accent furnished with an automatic transmission gets a similar parkway gauge, however 1 less mpg in the city. The Toyota Yaris wins somewhat better gauges. With its available automatic transmission, it sees 30 mpg in the city and 35 mpg on the expressway.

The 2017 Rio has genuinely coordinated taking care of, solid brakes, and very much weighted steering. Its body likewise feels strong out and about, so the car won't be unsteady at higher rates or when a solid wind blows. The Rio SX hatchback accompanies a sport-tuned suspension for more honed driving dynamics. Be that as it may, numerous subcompacts offer preferable driving dynamics over the Rio.

Just a couple of cars in the class offer an exciting performance, and taking care of for the portion is typically dull. The Hyundai Accent gives a smooth, agreeable ride over delicate streets, yet when the asphalt gets unpleasant, so does its ride. The Toyota Yaris has genuinely stable taking care of and great ride comfort.

2017 Rio Exterior Design

2017 Kia Rio Lease
The Rio's inside measurements incorporate 40 creeps of headroom in the front seats and 37.6 crawls in the rear. Legroom is measured at 43.8 crawls in the front and 31.1 creeps in the rear. The front seats have 53.1 crawls of shoulder room, and the rearward sitting arrangements have 52.1 inches. Overall traveler volume measures 88.4 cubic feet.

The Rio's wheelbase is 101.2 inches, and its overall length is 172 inches. The Rio is 57.3 inches tall and 67.7 inches wide.

The 2017 Kia Rio is offered in two body styles: a 4-door sedan or a sporty 5-door hatchback, which is over a foot shorter in spite of sharing the sedan's 101.2-inch wheelbase. Both are to a great degree appealing, which has turned into a mark of late Kia vehicles. The new Kia Rio sedan looks like the brand's bigger and trendsetting Optima, and the Rio bring forth has gone up against the lines of Kia's perfect Sportage crossover SUV. Wheels go from 15 to 17 inches, and beat line SX models feature double fumes outlets and a shock: power-collapsing side mirrors that tuck into the car when it's stopped and bolted.

Kia Rio 2017 Interior

The Rio has material upholstery and seating for five. Calfskin upholstery is optional. The front seats give a decent measure of head-and legroom, and with the available tilt-and-extending steering wheel, the driver will think that its simple to get settled. In back, legroom can be tight for taller passengers, however headroom is great.

The Kia Rio's LATCH car-situate framework incorporates upper ties and lower grapples in the rear detachable seats and an upper tie in the rear middle seat. For their convenience, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety gives the Rio's LATCH framework a Marginal rating, the second most minimal.

The Rio's inside goes well beyond those of most subcompacts, offering quality materials and styling at an appealing price. Indeed, commentators think the Rio's cabin wouldn't be strange in a pricier car.

The dashboard in the Kia Rio has a basic design with easy to use atmosphere and sound controls. Additionally, Kia's available UVO infotainment framework has direct menus. The framework is one of the best in the class, just like the available route.

The Hyundai Accent comes insufficiently prepared. Bluetooth is available, yet an infotainment framework and route aren't. The Toyota Yaris accompanies a 6.1-inch touch screen that offers easy to use menus and fresh design.
2017 Kia Rio Lease

Kia Rio Safety

Rio Crash Test Results

The 2017 Kia Rio's crash test scores from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety are a blended pack. It gets the top rating of Good in three crash tests (moderate cover front, roof quality, and head restrictions and seats), while it acquires the second-most noteworthy rating of Acceptable in the side crash test. The rating drops one more spot with the small cover front crash test's Marginal rating. In National Highway Traffic Safety Administration crash tests, the Rio gains a four-star (out of five) overall rating. It gets four stars in the frontal and rollover crash tests and five stars in the side crash test.

The Toyota Yaris has two body styles in addition to the Yaris iA, which is a different model, so its crash test scores shift in view of model. The NHTSA gives the Yaris an overall crash test rating of four out of five stars. Both the 3-Door and 5-Door Yaris models win four stars in the frontal and rollover crash tests and five stars in the side crash test. The Hyundai Accent has a portion of the most minimal safety scores in the class. Its four-star overall rating from the NHTSA is quite great, yet its Acceptable (side crash test) and Poor (small cover crash test) evaluations from the IIHS cut down its score inside the class.

Rio Safety Features

Like most subcompact cars, the Rio has an available rearview camera, however its dynamic safety features list stops there. Contenders offer a couple of more alternatives.

The Accent doesn't accompany any safety features, other than its air sacks, and none are available. The Toyota Yaris, then again, comes stacked with cutting edge innovation, including pre-impact braking, automatic high bars, and lane takeoff alert. Be that as it may, you'll have to buy the Yaris iA, a different model, to get a rearview camera. - 2017 Kia Rio Lease
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