After a lot of searching for an
inexpensive and economical car, I feel
that the Kia Rio Cinco can not be beat.
It turns on a dime, gets 31 mpg,
excellent sound system and the A/C is
COLD. All around it's a bargain.
I purchase a 2004 Rio Cinco wagon and
absolutely love it!! It is
comfortable to drive, responds well,
gets good gas mileage (better when A/C
is off), the instrument panel is well-
placed. It could be a little faster
on take-off, but I can live with
that. I absolutely love my Cinco -
and I have always driven larger cars.
I'd definitely recommend this one!
This is my second Kia, both the same model.
The first was in an accident with an 18
wheel tractor trailer and a guard rail.
The car was totaled... demolished and I
walked away without a scratch. The
divers cage never collapsed even after
it flipped over after hitting the guard
rail and being hit by the tractor
trailer doing at least 65 miles an hour.
One heck of a safe vehicle.
Bought the Cinco almost two yers ago
and have no complaints about the
quality. There are some toys I would
have like to have had, cruise for one.
I get 32 MPG on the highway and 20 plus
in town. It zips through the traffic
well and handles great. I have always
had big crs, caddies, Imperials,
maxima, etc and I like this one fine.
Suits my purpose and like the gas