2008 Kia Rio5
75,453 Miles
$5,999

Waynesboro, GA
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2008 Kia Rio5
86,139 Miles
$5,999

Wichita, KS
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2008 Kia Rio5
84,537 Miles
$5,985

Mesa, AZ
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2008 Kia Rio5
26,929 Miles
$5,995

Fort Myers, FL
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2008 Kia Rio5
110,589 Miles
$3,799

Posen, IL
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2008 Kia Rio5
131,237 Miles
$3,650

Louisville, KY
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2008 Kia Rio5
86,059 Miles
$4,895

Fort Walton Beach, FL
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2008 Kia Rio5
96,753 Miles
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Arlington, TX
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2008 Kia Rio5
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Houston, TX
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2008 Kia Rio5
100,759 Miles
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Houston, TX
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2008 Kia Rio5
143,562 Miles
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Columbus, OH
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2008 Kia Rio5
141,631 Miles
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Austin, TX
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2008 Kia Rio5 Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.5
2 Reviews
Overall
4.5
Value
4.0
Performance
2.5
Style
3.5
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
4.5
Reliability
4.5

2008 Kia Rio5 Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2008 Kia Rio5 - I love my little Kia Hatchback!

Keith
Zion, Pennsylvania
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
To start, I traded in a 2001 Subaru Outback. I wanted something smaller, lighter, and easier on gas. I got exactly that in this little car. It is really a fantastic little car. It's definitely a no-frills, bare bones vehicle, but it really suits someone who doesn't really buy into the car as a status symbol racket. It's functional. Perfectly functional, easy to drive, and you can fit a ton of stuff in the back with the seats folded down. My boyfriend and I go camping all of the time, and this car is perfect for hauling all of our gear. I think the best part may be how inexpensive it is to fuel this great little car. It has a ten-gallon tank, so if gas is around $2.50 a gallon, you can fill this car up for $25.00, and I can tell you a tank of gas lasts quite a while. The other wonderful... (more)
Story
The best memories I have with this car are driving around rural Pennsylvania to go hiking!
Pros
The best things about this car are probably things that many people might complain about. Everything is manual to start, so it's a really paired-down, no-frills car. Which is great because you know you're not wasting a ton of your money on senseless features. It is a perfect car for those who are more minimalist. The small size of the car makes it a dream to park. I am often amazed at how long and how difficult it is for people to park their large SUVs. The Kia Rio 5 allows you to park in any tight situation. This makes the vehicle a perfect car for dense cities where you need to park in a... (more)
Cons
Though I love this fantastic little car, there certainly are some things that are not so ideal. The most annoying thing about the car almost cannot be helped because of its affordable price. It is just not made from super high-quality materials. But what would you really expect? My manual window cranks have knobs broken off on a couple of them. The interior vent material is rather cheap and flimsy. The exterior details are also a little cheap; the front bumper cracks easily. This can be replaced relatively cheaply, however, if you don't mind an unfinished black bumper. The headlights could... (more)

2008 Kia Rio5 - Kia Rio5 is great!

John
Covington, Kentucky
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
2.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
4.0
I've owned a KIA Rio5 for about 7 years now, and it has held up very well. I have not had any major issues with it, only normal maintenance such as changing tires, windshield wipers, etc. The fuel economy is very helpful for commuting back and forth to work. It is not ideal for long trips (>100 miles), but I am sure it will still hold up for a few trips like that. The storage space in the back is almost magic, because it will hold much more than it seems. For instance, I was once able to fit in over $600 worth in groceries in a single trip!
Story
Like I said before, I was once able to fit in over $600 worth of groceries in one trip to the store! It was difficult to see out the back, but I could do it.
Pros
I love the fuel economy (MPG) that my Rio5 gets, and I also enjoy the storage space for such a small car.
Cons
It can be a bit too small for passengers, especially in the back seat. Also, it tends to try really hard to get up steep hills.

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