2007 Kia Rio
124,044 Miles
$5,999

Midlothian, IL
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2007 Kia Rio
99,000 Miles
$3,995

Schaumburg, IL
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2007 Kia Rio
175,347 Miles
$3,522

Everett, WA
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2007 Kia Rio
87,518 Miles
$4,590

Milwaukee, WI
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2007 Kia Rio
71,351 Miles
$5,890

Kent, WA
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2007 Kia Rio
123,326 Miles
$6,698

Colorado Springs, CO
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2007 Kia Rio
102,048 Miles
$6,998

Bakersfield, CA
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2007 Kia Rio
191,432 Miles
$2,600

Gardena, CA
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2007 Kia Rio
103,877 Miles
$3,995

Tampa, FL
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2007 Kia Rio
66,332 Miles
$3,995

North Lima, OH
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2007 Kia Rio
34,799 Miles
$4,499

Escondido, CA
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2007 Kia Rio
50,000 Miles
$3,750

Kissimmee, FL
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2007 Kia Rio
106,650 Miles
$4,999

Santa Fe, NM
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2007 Kia Rio
87,009 Miles
$3,550

Palm Beach Gardens, FL
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2007 Kia Rio
161,544 Miles
$6,995

Meridian, MS
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2007 Kia Rio
102,915 Miles
$3,295

Colorado Springs, CO
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2007 Kia Rio
130,282 Miles
$4,500

Little Rock, AR
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2007 Kia Rio
122,735 Miles
$3,995

Taunton, MA
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2007 Kia Rio
140,862 Miles
$3,995

Oklahoma City, OK
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2007 Kia Rio
108,934 Miles
$4,925

Derry, NH
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2007 Kia Rio Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.5
2 Reviews
Overall
4.5
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.5
Comfort
4.5
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0

2007 Kia Rio Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2007 Kia Rio - This is an economical car

Pam
Centerville, South Carolina
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
When I first purchased my Kia I didn't expect much because it is a very cheap car. However, it came with a 100,000 mile bumper to bumper warranty so I wasn't too worried. Over all I haven't experienced any really horrible problems with the vehicle and it is still functional even after I have driven it over 150,000 miles. There are a few parts that I have had to replace more than once, and the CD tends to malfunction when it gets very warm outside.
Story
I live near the southern Appalachian mountains, I have had many great times driving my car along scenic highways such as the Blue Ridge Parkway and the Great Smokey Mountains Park.
Pros
The first pro is that this car is great on gas. Even though it is already eight years old with a lot of miles on it, I still get about 30 miles to each gallon of gas. Secondly, I haven't had to make any major repairs yet. I expected it to start breaking down frequently once it was past the limitations of it's warranty and it has not. Also, for how cheap it was, it came with power windows, A/C, radio/CD player, and an automatic transmission, keyless entry/alarm.
Cons
I have had few problems with this car. The worst one seemed to be the ignition coils. The factory installed coils burned out one by one after I reached about 75,000 miles. I have had to replace all four of them by now. I don't know if this was due to a manufacturer defect or if that was just the normal time span for the coils to last. The other two things are that the CD player tends to malfunction and read error when the temperature is very hot outside and I have had to replace the passenger side airbag sensor twice. The first time the airbag sensor was covered under warranty, the second ... (more)

2007 Kia Rio - Great vehicle.

Rio Owner
Boulder, Colorado
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
I bought my old Kia Rio off of Craigslist for pennies compared to its worth. It ran without a hiccup, except for a small battery problem during the winter that only costs around $40 to fix. The engine ran smooth, there were no interior rattles of any kind. I put a good 15k miles on it. Never had issues with the ties, A/C or any minor parts. The only potential downside was that the vehicle was pretty compact and lightweight. It wouldn't do good in a wreck, but the gas mileage was pretty good. I would estimate high twenties per mile. I took it on a few road trips and spent a lot less than I would have if I had taken a bigger and heavier vehicle. I've also used it on mountainous dirt roads to get to a friend's house and it handled decently.
Story
I took it up a scenic mountain road. The car happened to be a white color and when we came back down the sides were caked in mud. It slid a bit on the mud since snow had just melted, but it handled well considering. We saw some great views and fortunately our heater worked wonderfully. We listened to music on the built-in radio, which was high-quality enough to thoroughly enjoy. Overall, it wa... (more)
Pros
Ran smooth without much trouble. Great gas mileage. Good a/c. Good tires. Can handle reasonably versatile terrain. My favorite feature of the car is a tie between the A/C and the good gas mileage.
Cons
Very small and lightweight. Would not do well in a wreck. There was slight battery trouble due to the cold experienced in winter.

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