2014 Kia Rio5
24,969 Miles
$11,781

San Antonio, TX
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2015 Kia Rio5
18,360 Miles
$12,500

Windsor, CO
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2014 Kia Rio5
29,505 Miles
$11,909

Quakertown, PA
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2013 Kia Rio5
99,159 Miles
$8,888

Victorville, CA
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2013 Kia Rio5
41,156 Miles
$9,850

Colmar, PA
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2014 Kia Rio5
9,039 Miles
$10,250

Washington, NC
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2015 Kia Rio5
26,548 Miles
$10,750

Indianapolis, IN
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2014 Kia Rio5
27,215 Miles
$9,888

Sarasota, FL
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2010 Kia Rio5
58,606 Miles
$6,188

Colorado Springs, CO
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2012 Kia Rio5
124,065 Miles
$7,999

Waite Park, MN
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2015 Kia Rio5
15,296 Miles
$14,921

Portland, OR
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2015 Kia Rio5
18,590 Miles
$13,995

Beaverton, OR
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2016 Kia Rio5
12,483 Miles
$12,087

Moses Lake, WA
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2013 Kia Rio5
31,888 Miles
$10,998

Renton, WA
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2012 Kia Rio5
61,412 Miles
$9,498

Renton, WA
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2009 Kia Rio5
100,305 Miles
$5,500

Norman, OK
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2013 Kia Rio5
55,703 Miles
$9,992

Peoria, AZ
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2013 Kia Rio5
18,921 Miles
$10,999

Billings, MT
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2015 Kia Rio5
5,546 Miles
$15,890

Coeur D Alene, ID
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2013 Kia Rio5
63,673 Miles
$8,991

Smithtown, NY
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Kia Rio5 Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.3
Value
4.3
Performance
3.4
Style
3.8
Comfort
3.6
Fuel Economy
4.5
Maintenance
4.4

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Kia Rio5 Owner Ratings & Reviews

2006 Kia Rio5 - Great little car

Seattle, Washington
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
4.0
The hatchback Kia Rio5 manual transmission is a fun little car to drive. Handles well in all conditions, zippy acceleration. The base model is truly that, including only AC and AM/FM/CD, you'll be cranking the windows up and down manually and holding the door handles to lock it. However, it has plenty of room inside for 4-5 people and the hatchback helps with additional storage. Parts are inexpensive and easy to replace, I've had a mechanic tell me it was easy to work on, which means less dollars out of pocket for labor costs. Four-doors and it's easy access in and out for you and your friends and family. Acceleration is lacking but what can you expect for a 4-cylinder? The gas mileage runs about 28-30mpg city/hwy combined which is pretty good and I enjoy not visiting the gas station o... (more)
Title
Was drumming my fingers waiting for an SUV to give up on wedging itself into a parking space. When it finally left I backed right in and laughed all the way to the restaurant.
Pros
I LOVE the manual transmission and how peppy the car feels. It truly is fun to drive and the styling was exactly what I wanted - clean lines, low profile, small, tight turning radius. Also, great gas mileage. The perfect in-city car.
Cons
The base model means manual windows, manual door locks, no MP3 support. Not huge deals.

2009 Kia Rio5 - Good First Car!!

00000
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
4.0
I drive a 2009 Kia Rio bought new off the lot in 2010. The car gives a comfortable ride but long drives aren't that great. The seats are comfortable for short commutes but if you're spending a lot of time in traffic or driving more then 30 miles one way I would suggest bringing a cushion or something. I loved the warranty that came with my car. I have only had one major issue with the car and it comes from adding automatic locks after retail (so technically not even the cars fault). The gas mileage is decent I usually average about 29mpg combined highway and streets. The only time the gas mileage goes south is when I forget to change the oil for a while. The car otherwise runs great. I did not have to replace the brakes until 2013 for the back and 2014 for the front. And the original t... (more)
Title
This car has been with me for the last 5 years. It is my first car so that alone makes it memorable. I bought it with money I made and saved myself and have maintained it pretty much on my own.
Pros
The car came in the color I wanted, Orange. Wanting an orange car that was affordable and came with automatic transmission is harder to find then you'd think. The gas mileage for a late 00s car is good at 30/27 highway/ street. I usually average about 29mpg driving to and from work. The gas tank holds 11 gallons of gas and it can take you quite a ways. I loved the AUX jack and USB ports. My car was the first one of anyone I knew to have an AUX and USB port standard in the car. I loved the trunk space and the cars overall cost. This is a very good car for a first time car buyer or a teen/yo... (more)
Cons
There is wind noise!! The wind noise if you have the front windows down together is very distracting. I hate it and as a result rarely roll down my windows. It's okay at low speeds but around 30-35mph it gets annoying and distracting. I did not like having cloth seats. The black seats were okay but being cloth and black they retained smells and dirt. I disliked that power windows and doors was not offered on my car though they do come as an option. The gas mileage while good at 30/27 or something like that was not that great for a car its size. The price for the car was good but that same ... (more)

2004 Kia Rio5 - Cheap, functional, wonderful!

Phoenixville, Pennsylvania
Overall
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
5.0
I purchased this car used in 2007, with about 35,000 miles on it. It's very simple, very functional, no electronic gadgets - not even power steering or power windows. It's small and easy to drive for me, but has plenty of space in the hatch for my Siberian Husky. Front wheel drive makes it reasonably stable in bad weather for such a light car, although I'd not want to navigate driving rain or black ice with it. But it serves perfectly for exactly what I want from it - simple, easy transportation for short distances, mostly around the neighborhood and usually not more than 25 or 30 miles one way on "distance" trips.
Title
I had a huge issue with my car around 2003, due to a change in insurance and an ancient computer system in my state, I found myself pulled over by the police one day because they claimed I didn't have any insurance. They actually towed my car, yanked the plates and registration, and it took me about a week to get the whole thing cleared up. In that time I got a rental from my (Jeep) dealer, an... (more)
Pros
Low price, used it was $7500. I love the color ("blueberry"), it's what I call "Husky eyes blue" in honor of my favorite breed of dog. It has no electronic gadgets to go haywire and cost a ton of money to repair. I don't mind winding down the window, although I can imagine that this could become cumbersome on a distance trip with a toll highway like the NJ Turnpike. The car is comfortable for me, I particularly like the little "rest" for the left foot, which leaves the body in much better balance than in a car that is absent this feature. The very large hatch (for such a small car) has bee... (more)
Cons
I don't really have a strongly negative feeling about anything with this car. It's not very pleasant at high speeds, above 60 mph you really don't feel stable, but I don't do much highway driving so that's not a big problem for me. It's also not a great 'weather' car, but nowadays I work from home and rarely and required to be somewhere regardless of the weather, so that is also not a problem. The only "issue" I have is that I've had a couple of very small hardware items break, and Kia won't replace the individual piece, they'll only sell the whole "unit." For example, the latch on the glo... (more)