2015 Kia Rio Sedan Review

Just because an automobile is inexpensive and small does not mean you must sacrifice styles, features, or the capability of carting about a few friends. The evidence of that may be seen every place you look within the sub-compact vehicle segment, with a number of desirable models that work hard to delete the negative memories oftentimes related to this historically crummy car segment. With the 2015 Rio, the Kia company is certainly doing its part. The agreeable Kia Rio will stand out with its vast features list, shockingly spacious interior and grown-up styling both inside and out. Come and check our used Kia Rio’s at our Used Kia Rio in NJ dealership!

How to describe the Rio

“Grown-up” actually would be the optimum expression that describes the Rio. Its exterior is more European in appearance, with its sedan especially avoiding those awkward proportions of its competition. Even though its base LX trim is fairly bare-bones, the SX and EX step up things considerably with higher quality interior materials and near luxurious equipment levels which are certain to make you forget that you are in such a compact vehicle. In addition, even while loaded up with things such as navigation, heated leather seats, and all the entertainment features you might imagine, the Rio’s manufacturer’s suggested retail price merely nudges above $21,000. This might seem like a lot for a compact vehicle; however, if you prioritize obtaining the most equipment for your budget (instead of size), the Kia Rio is a bargain.

2015 Kia Rio has an inviting cabin

The Kia Rio for 2015 is a strong choice for a hatchback or small sedan. It isn’t as refined as a few class-leading competitors; however, it may still win you over with the excellent value, strong engine performance, and inviting cabin.


Stylish both inside and out; generous optional and standard features; quality interior materials on SX and EX; strong acceleration; long warranty; feels larger than it is.


Noisy cabin; lacks the handling and ride sophistication of competition.

What is New for 2015?

The Rio carries over unchanged for the year 2015.

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