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Two faces of Rio: the sedan and the hatchback

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The Kia all-new Rio is the best-looking Rio ever, thanks to touches of European flair.

Remember when the Kia Rio was regarded as the cheapest-looking and plainest subcompact car on the market? Not anymore. Kia’s design studio in Irvine, California, completely revamped the Rio from bumper to bumper for the 2012 model year with young buyers in mind to convey power, agility and aggressiveness. The all-new Rio, especially the hatchback, is the best-looking Rio ever, thanks to touches of European flair inputted by Kia’s chief design officer Peter Schreyer, who was pirated from Audi/Volkswagen some years ago.

Posted: December 19th, 2012 in Motoring | Read More »

Kia throws 4th-gen Rio into the battle of sub-compact sedans

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Face to face with Australian chef Maggie Brewer after a sumptuous dinner inside one of best wineries at the Barossa Valley in South Australia, the guests didn’t have to be told that their host Kia Motors had got something cooking. As Brewer engaged the gentlemen in coats and the ladies clad in gowns in a [...]

Posted: December 6th, 2011 in Motoring | Read More »

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