2008 Kia Rio
94,661 Miles
$6,988

Northampton, MA
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2008 Kia Rio
108,977 Miles
$4,990

Mechanicsburg, PA
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2008 Kia Rio
71,507 Miles
$7,998

Norcross, GA
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2008 Kia Rio
211,908 Miles
$2,950

Traverse City, MI
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2008 Kia Rio
70,074 Miles
$4,990

Oregon, OH
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2008 Kia Rio
109,025 Miles
$3,995

Arlington, TX
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2008 Kia Rio
112,987 Miles
$4,995

Coatesville, PA
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2008 Kia Rio
92,037 Miles
$5,377

Tacoma, WA
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2008 Kia Rio
108,480 Miles
$3,939

North Huntingdon, PA
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2008 Kia Rio
154,583 Miles
$4,128

Tacoma, WA
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2008 Kia Rio
97,582 Miles
$4,998

Green Bay, WI
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2008 Kia Rio
105,798 Miles
$7,995

New Boston, TX
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2008 Kia Rio
82,607 Miles
$5,986

Morrison, IL
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2008 Kia Rio
85,714 Miles
$4,800

Martins Ferry, OH
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2008 Kia Rio
107,000 Miles
$4,221

O'fallon, IL
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2008 Kia Rio
92,219 Miles
$5,100

Gastonia, NC
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2008 Kia Rio
156,571 Miles
$3,400

Raleigh, NC
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2008 Kia Rio
96,562 Miles
$4,800

Charlotte, NC
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2008 Kia Rio
84,135 Miles
$3,700

Mishawaka, IN
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2008 Kia Rio
167,750 Miles
$3,000

Atlanta, GA
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2008 Kia Rio Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
3.5
2 Reviews
Overall
3.5
Value
4.0
Performance
2.5
Style
2.5
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
4.0

2008 Kia Rio Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2008 Kia Rio - 2008 Kia Rio

Donald
Amarillo, Texas
Overall
3.0
Value
3.0
Performance
3.0
Style
2.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
4.0
Overall, I really am glad that I bought this car. It is difficult to find decent cars for under $4,000. I had a fender bender in October 2016, and my registration on the car I had then was about to run out in December. I could drive my car, but it was totaled since it would take more money to fix than the car was worth. My budget was less than $4,000, and I looked for a decent used car right up to the end of December. The Kia was smaller than I've driven, but I have really enjoyed it because I can "scoot" around in smaller spaces, and I get good gas mileage. I only paid about $3,850.
Story
I locked my keys in the car once; fortunately, I was in front of the house. I didn't have a spare key since they cost about $40. I hadn't locked the keys in the car in at least 20 years, so I was anxious. The price to unlock the car was only half of what it would have taken to get the spare key. Whew!
Pros
The car is in good shape except for the paint on the hood. The salesman said he had experience with Kais since his daughter wrecked one. He said his daughter rolled in the car several times, and his daughter was completely unharmed. The airbag system really worked. The interior looked pretty good, as if it had not been used much. The trunk has enough room since the back seats fold down. The mileage on the Kia was pretty high (around 156,000 miles), but if I didn't know that already, I wouldn't expect such high mileage. The windows are manual, so no problems there.
Cons
As I mentioned, the paint on the car is in pretty fair condition except for the hood which needs to be repainted or replaced. The car came with an aftermarket stereo, which is not ideal because it won't turn off. There is a problem with the driver's side rubber insulation since it starts to come off sometimes. I have been able to press the rubber back into place, but my mechanic indicated it would be fairly expensive to replace. The only thing I have had to replace is the battery. I think it would be about $40 to get a replacement key. Also, the color is orange, which is not my favorite

2008 Kia Rio - Good economy car for the budget

Austin
Los Angeles, California
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
2.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
4.0
This is the first car I ever bought on my own. I was a struggling student who moved to Los Angeles with just a little bit of savings and big dreams. I needed a car to get around to possible production assistant jobs but couldn't afford to buy a new one. I found this car for $5,000, and it was roughly two years old at the time. I've had it for eight years, and it's gotten me through everything I've needed it for. It's close to the end of its life, but with over 160,000 miles, I'll say it's done it's job very well.
Story
I took this car on many road trips. I used it to go to the Grand Canyon for the first time and to Las Vegas. The gas mileage was great, so it was so easy to just decide on a place and go.
Pros
Very reasonable price, and all repairs on it have been minor. I will be the first to admit I don't treat my cars very well, but this car has stood it all. I've probably put about $2,000 in repairs in it in the last eight years, which is much better than my mom's car where we probably spent $5,000 in five years.
Cons
The tires are small, and the car is lower to the ground than what I was used to, so I couldn't go down bumpier roads easily, and the bottom of my car scraped up. I had to replace the gas cap four times, but that is a very minor hassle.

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