The 2013 Kia Rio is offered in hatchback 5-door and 4-door sedan body styles, in LX, EX and SX trim levels. All to be strong and heated external mirrors. Rio LX is equipped with 15-inch steel wheels, chrome grill get the EX trim, and 2013 Kia Rio SX includes a 17-inch aluminum wheels, LED running lights, LED taillights as well.
2013 Kia Rio Interior
Air conditioning, height-adjustable driver’s license, and stereo With An iPod connection, USB port, auxiliary audio jack input 3 months of Satellite Radio for free is standard on all 2013 Rio. The EX trim adds power windows, power door locks with remote entry keyless, Bluetooth connectivity, cruise control, wheel tilt/telescoping steering, and better fabric for the seats. The SX trim is equipped with an estimate of the improvement, the color touch-screen infotainment system with voice activation, camera repairs, soft-touch materials on the inside, map lights in the visor mirror, action and metallic trim.
2013 Kia Rio Optional Features
The 2013 Kia Rio can be equipped with Power windows and door locks with remote entry key-less. Rio EX is available with the Convenience package that adds aluminum wheels, voice-activated infotainment along a color touch screen, camera repairs, improved materials and indoor lighting elements, and more. Package Eco with an automatic stop/start engine technology available on the 2013 Kia RioEX With Convenience package. Rio SX offers a Premium package leather, navigation, power sunroof, and entry and keyless push-button ignition.
2013 Kia Rio Engine
2013 Kia Rio is equipped with the direct-injected, 138-horsepower, 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine. 2013 Kia Rio LX comes with a manual transmission 6-speed. A automatic 6-speed is optional on the LX and standard on the EX and SX trims. Rio EX can be Equipped with automatic stop/start technology That Kia calls the Integrated Stop & Go (ISG).
2013 Kia Rio Safety
2013 Kia Rio is equipped with 6 air bags, traction and stability control and four-wheel-disc anti-lock brakes. The hill-start assist system is the standard. It holds the stationary Rio on the hills when the driver switches from the brake to the accelerator. Optional camera is right on the 2013 Kia Rio EX and standard on the 2013 Kia Rio SX.
In the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) crash tests, the 2013 Rio received an overall rating 4 (out of 5) stars.