2014 Kia Rio
66,081 Miles
$7,845

South San Francisco, CA
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2014 Kia Rio
41,546 Miles
$10,998

Charlotte, NC
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2014 Kia Rio
54,600 Miles
$10,998

Franklin, TN
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2014 Kia Rio
29,231 Miles
$11,998

Chattanooga, TN
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2014 Kia Rio
58,784 Miles
$8,095

Augusta, GA
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2014 Kia Rio
68,163 Miles
$11,695

Plano, TX
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2014 Kia Rio
57,385 Miles
$8,895

Taylor, MI
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2014 Kia Rio
63,965 Miles
$8,695

Union City, GA
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2014 Kia Rio
18,124 Miles
$12,900

Reading, PA
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2014 Kia Rio
35,533 Miles
$8,000

West Palm Beach, FL
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2014 Kia Rio
102,000 Miles
$8,497

Fayetteville, AR
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2014 Kia Rio
71,963 Miles
$5,995

Hollywood, FL
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2014 Kia Rio
96,435 Miles
$9,103

Moreno Valley, CA
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2014 Kia Rio
24,855 Miles
$12,981

Moreno Valley, CA
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2014 Kia Rio
62,036 Miles
$8,900

Easton, PA
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2014 Kia Rio
50,367 Miles
$10,995

Estero, FL
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2014 Kia Rio
46,773 Miles
$13,990

Cleveland, MS
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2014 Kia Rio
95,149 Miles
$8,499

Morrow, GA
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2014 Kia Rio
34,214 Miles
$8,500

Chandler, AZ
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2014 Kia Rio
61,492 Miles
$7,800

Everett, WA
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2014 Kia Rio Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
2.5
2 Reviews
Overall
2.5
Value
2.5
Performance
2.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
3.5
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
3.5

2014 Kia Rio Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2014 Kia Rio - Reliable

JP
Princeton, West Virginia
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
I bought this car for work because I'll drive a lot. It is a good car great on gas and good in the winter. I drive around 400 miles for work each month. So this car gets about 40 miles to the gallon. It has been very good to me and I have had no major complaints so far. It is kind of small so if I go on a long trip with multiple passengers it can get a little uncomfortable. Also the road noise is a little louder than I would like but I can deal with it. Overall this car has made my experience with my first KIA great.
Story
Went to the beach with my family
Pros
Great MPG Good in Winter Good company
Cons
Small can be slightly uncomfortable on long trips small tank road noise small trunk

2014 Kia Rio - Unenjoyable and cheap

Mark
Alpine, New Jersey
Overall
1.0
Value
1.0
Performance
1.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
2.0
I got this vehicle while I was on a budget, and I certainly got what I paid for. The interior felt a bit better than the car performed, but it was so notably slow that when I was getting on the highway driving home from the dealership I had to struggle just to get to 60 mph. The car had an "eco" mode, but with or without it, it struggled to get 27 mpg in my mostly-highway commute. The system for changing the audio was absolutely abhorrent, and I'm a music fanatic so that's kind of a major feature for me, and I'd often have to struggle to sort through folders to find the tune I wanted. At one point, a cab driver crashed into me (entirely his fault), and the car did not handle the damage well, which lead me to believe that if the accident were more serious, I may not have fared so nicely... (more)
Story
I had to work late on Valentine's Day one year, and I was driving my car to my girlfriend's house very late. I got pulled over getting onto a major highway at about 2 a.m., and the police officer was naturally wondering what I was doing (as I may have been driving a bit fast on the empty roads). I had a bottle of wine on the front seat, and he asked to observe it before realizing it was closed... (more)
Pros
The interior felt sturdier than I had anticipated. I was expecting it to have that plastic, hollow sort of feeling that some cheaper cars have. It was actually quite solid, and there wasn't any rattling when I had the bass music pumping. The entire time I owned it, I said, "it would've been a good learner vehicle for someone who didn't have to drive on the highway very often."
Cons
The engine felt more like a go-kart engine than a real car engine. It handled like garbage (making certain tight U-turns into a seven-point nightmare), and the low engine capabilities really made it hard to merge into fast traffic safely. The sound system wasn't the worst, but it wasn't particularly pleasant. Towards the end of the lease, there were some oil issues where the car was needlessly burning through oil. I didn't drive it excessively or damage the car in any way. It sort of confirmed my suspicions that either the model just wasn't a good one or I had some kind of lemon.

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