Look back at the history of the Kia Rio and you’ll find a car that always offered plenty of room at a very keen price. What you wouldn’t find is a car with any real sparkle or desirability, even after a severe shot of style back in 2011 when the third-generation car was introduced.
Now on to its fourth generation, Kia has used an all-new platform and turbocharged engines in an attempt to improve the driving experience and give even more space inside. There’s plenty of optional new technology, too, including automatic emergency city braking, improved connectivity and a 7.0in touchscreen infotainment system.
|36 mths||1+35||10,000 p/a||£184.00 + VAT|
|36 mths||1+35||10,000 p/a||£230.00 + VAT|
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