Introducing the 2017 Kia Rio. As Kia’s smallest and most economical vehicle, the upcoming Rio and Rio 5-Door model will continue to deliver world-class styling, outstanding fuel economy, advanced technologies and tremendous value. As with current 2016 models, both 2017 Rio four door and five door models will be offered with a choice of LX or EX trim levels. The five door Rio will also be available with a sporty SX trim option.
The new Rio will maintain its athletic exterior styling features such as sculpted door panels, a black mesh radiator grill, wide set halogen headlights and available LED rear combination lamps. Color options for 2017 Rio LX trim sets will include new red and black exterior color choices.
Both new Rio models will be powered by an ultra efficient 1.6 liter gasoline direct injection (GDI) engine to deliver a remarkable estimated Fuel Economy of 27/36/30 (city/highway/combined). Interior features will include a BLUETOOTH wireless system with steering-wheel mounted controls and a trip computer with odometer and miles per gallon functions. The new Rio will also feature high-quality cloth 6-way adjustable driver’s seats and a convenient 60/40 split folding rear seat in the back row.
The same award winning intelligent safety features will be carried over for the new model year Rio as well. 2017 Kia Rio models will be equipped with dual front seat airbags, full length side curtain airbags rear child safety door locks, 4-wheel disc brakes, antilock braking system, electronic stability control and a tire pressure monitoring system.
Pricing for 2017 Kia Rio starts at an MSRP of $14,165 for the standard LX model. Standard EX model pricing will have a base MSRP of $17,755. Five door models will be offered with a MSRP of $15,495 (LX), $17,905 (EX) and $20,905 (SX). The Rio has been one of our most popular Kia cars year after year we are anxiously anticipating its arrival at our Kia Dealership. If you are interested in learning more about the efficient, economical and fun to drive 2017 Kia Rio and its arrival in San Angelo, Texas.