The 2016 Kia Rio is the compact car in sedan, like the Rio known as 5-door versions in LX, EX and SX trim levels. The 2016 Kia Rio LX base comes along fifteen-inches steel wheels, air conditioning, single Adjustable steering wheel, power driver’s seat, heated electric mirrors, a 60 / 40 split folding rear seat and a sound system with four speakers CD Player, Auxiliary Audio an outlet, USB audio jack port and satellite radio. The power package adds power windows and locks, and key-less entry.
The 2016 Kia Rio includes the power supply and also adds cruise control, a tilt and telescopic steering wheel, upgraded cloth seats, center console and armrest storage, Bluetooth phone connectivity and two additional speakers. The Convenience Package adds the 15-inches wheels alloy, rear-view camera, automatic headlights, fog lights, folding electric mirrors, steering wheel and leather-wrapped shifter, upgraded interior materials and UVO electronic interface that includes a small order touchscreen interface, voice commands, iPod control and Bluetooth audio connection. The Kia Rio Eco-package adds an automatic start-stop system fuel consumption.
The 2016 Kia Rio contains around elements of the package and 17-inches alloy wheels, LED tail lights and lights, dual exhaust, pallets transmission wheel and pedals mounted metal. The 2016 Kia Rio Premium package adds a sunroof, keyless start and entry, leather interior, heated front seats and a navigation system that enhances movement of the touch screen interface in real time with it.
2016 Kia Rio Interior
The interior of the 2016 Kia Rio has a simple and elegant look. The quality of materials is nothing special in the base 2016 Kia Rio LX, but the soft-touch surfaces added, padded armrest and metal Tasty accents on the upper trim was making the cabin of the Rio one of the best in the small car segment. We strongly recommend that the extra mile to go a EX or SX, as they come, especially with a really impressive amount of additional equipment.
The 2016 Kia Rio scores in the areas of space and comfort. Even large driver should be comfortable behind the tilt and telescoping steering wheel (EX and SX models), while the rear seat offers plenty of space competition. It’s the same story further back than the sedan has a generous 13.7 cubic foot trunk. The tailgate is only slightly larger (14.9 cubic feet), but the maximum tensile strength potential of the sedan a good bet for folding the rear seats is always open 49.8 cubic feet capacity, lots for this class. In particular, the rear seats are split 60/40 and fold in all Rios perfectly flat.
2016 Kia Rio Engine
Every 2016 Kia Rio works well with a 1.6L 4-cylinder engine for 138 hp and 123 lb-ft of torque. A six-speed manual transmission is standard on the 2016 Kia Rio LX. A six-speed automatic is optional, which order and standard on the rest. During the test, a Kia Rio SX Sedan 2016 went from zero to 60 mph in 9.4 seconds, a full second faster than the average for the segment.
EPA estimated fuel economy rings up to 31 mpg combined (27 city / highway 37) with the two streams. This is the average consumption for the segment, but some competitors are more efficient. The 2016 Kia Rio Eco-package adds an automatic start-stop system, turn off the engine, the vehicle is cut and restarts it when the driver of the brake. But it increases with consumption of just 1 mpg in the city, the combined figures and EPA highways remain the same.
2016 Kia Rio Safety
Each 2016 Kia Rio model comes with 4 wheel disc brakes with ABS, stability control, hill start assist, front side airbags and side curtain airbags long. A rearview camera is optional on the EX and SX. In the braking test, a SX came to a stop from 60 miles per hour to 124 feet, which is the average for the segment.
In government tests, 2016 Kia Rio get 4 out of 5 stars for overall protection, with 4 stars for frontal and total rollover protection and 5 stars for complete protection from the side. Tests that were conducted by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety is a mixed bag. However, 2016 Kia Rio got 2nd highest rating of “acceptable” for protection against side impact and a “marginal” rating in a small overlap frontal offset test “IIHS.