Cost

The destination charge is a standard charge for transporting the vehicle from its point of origin to the dealer. The Kia Rio is substantially cheaper to get to the dealership than the typical sedan. As far as fuel economy, the Rio has the typical sedan beat. Producing an accurate fuel economy evaluation is so hard that some think not even the federal government can do it, but it looks as though the Rio is the winner in terms of fuel economy. In terms of MSRP, the typical sedan costs tremendously more than the Kia Rio. The Kia Rio will save you a lots_of_money at the pump every year compared to the typical sedan.

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    Acceleration and Power
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    Interior features
    Cigarette lighter To use the cigarette lighter, pull the assembly cover out. To operate the cigarette lighter, press it in and release it. When it is heated, it automatically pops out ready for ...