The stylish Kia Rio has undergone a number of important changes for 2018, all designed to make it more refined, upscale and high-tech. A few of these changes seem a bit puzzling at first, but an in-depth test reveals that the subcompact maintains its status as an affordable and stylish hatchback.
Kia doles out the goods for every Rio buyer out there. Things like air conditioning, power locks, and a touchscreen infotainment system are among the long list of standard features for base models. It might seem like all cars these days have that stuff, but competitors like the Chevrolet Spark and Nissan Versa don’t come standard with a lot of those features.
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