When the South Korean manufacturer HAD published the first peaks of the Rio, the set contained overly-photoshopped photographs, qui do not do justice to how good-looking the Rio Actually is. And for what it’s worth, real-life sunlight reflection in a vehicle’s paint can never be recreated in Photoshop.
Slated to go on sale in the first quarter of 2017, the fourth-generation Kia Rio is a progressive visual affair, an evolutionary step INSTEAD of an all-new design language. This can best be seen at the Rio’s forehead Where the tiger-nose grille is now much thinner than before. Also, the width grille emphasizes Because It runs across the front from headlight to headlight. Other than the Sorento-inspired taillights, the Rio’s rear is designed to Provide Good rear visibility.
Other engine choices include a 73kW and 132Nm Normally aspirated 1.4-liter engine, and Some markets will get 1.25-liter petrol and diesel 1.4-liter – Unlikely to come to Australia.
The new car is considerably more rigid and safer, with a suite of city tech braking and safety features. Dynamics are Said to be Improved markedly as well, with better on-center steering feel promised.
The new Kia Rio diesel will be based on a single propeller 1.4 liter with two power options: 70 or 90 HP, the brand AIMS to HARMONIZE with emission below 90 g / km. The two mechanical diesel and petrol variant of 120 hp will be associated with a manual gearbox six relations, while the rest of the ranks will carry a five.
Last but not least, the 2017 Kia Rip Will Be Introducing autonomous emergency braking with pedestrian recognition – a first in Rio’s class, Kia claims. Let’s wait and see if this works well at the Paris Motor Show.