2018 Kia Rio Review — Cars.com

Shopping for a subcompact car is about as exciting as shopping for a pair of sneakers. The class consists of the most basic and affordable vehicles on the market. The 2018 Kia Rio, however, adds a little flair to the segment.

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Comments

Blake Swan says:

Love this size of car. Hate how big everything has become.

Fento L says:

Exellent presenter, maybe need more energu

BCBaron says:

Really wish Kia would offer the hatchback as a three-door.

Macho Commonda says:

What gets me. When car reviewers slam the power, build materials and size of a budget friendly car. These cars are not meant to be speed demons or luxurious rides. They are a basic car…..and should be reviewed as such and not compared to higher class cars.

Diarmuid Smith says:

Shopping for a subcompact car is about as exciting as your presentation skills 😀

Richard Hamilton says:

“Shopping for a subcompact car is about as exciting as shopping for a pair of sneakers.” Sneakerheads be like: D:

DeadofWinter321 says:

My 2014 Ford Fiesta has Sport Mode. Lol

Armen Borrell says:

you work for cars.com and do a car review without even saying how many speeds the automatic has……smfh

RoyalKingA73 says:

Excellent video!

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