Funny the guy that posted the review about the engine 'seizing up' at 81,000 miles. that's normal-you failed to change the timing belt. the timing belt MUST be changed by 65,000 miles on Rio's, or the engine blow. Period. it's a 100% fail rate. Anyway, I live in Phoenix and the air conditioner only works when you're driving. soon as you pause at a light or brake, your air is gone. that said, it's otherwise a perfect car. i love it for its size, so much easier to maneuver i watch macho suv-drivers struggling with their Boats and laugh LOL LMAO
from the outside, its design makes it look very nice. it looks like a more expensive car than it actually is. and thank God, looks nothing like a Hyundai ugly design. drivers armrest is great-only car i know that has this!
passenger in front seat also needs armrest. make it so that when the air conditioning is being used, it doesn't totally KILL the acceleration please. thanks.
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