2021 Kia Rio U.S. Specs and Pricing Detailed

  • The 2021 Kia Rio has revised styling and newly available features.
  • The sedan model starts at $17,015 and the hatchback starts at $17,955.
  • It’s on sale at U.S. dealerships now.

    An updated version of the Kia Rio subcompact has arrived in the U.S. with a slightly freshened look and new features. It starts $200 higher than before, at $17,015, and is still available in sedan and hatchback body styles. It’s one of the cheapest cars on the market, and even comes in under $20,000 fully loaded.

    The front and rear bumpers are reshaped, and new 15-inch wheels and LED headlights are available as options. Inside, there’s a larger 8.0-inch touchscreen standard across the board that now offers wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capabilities. Kia hasn’t released photos of the U.S. model’s interior yet, but the Europe-spec car gives a good indication of what it’ll look like.

    2021 kia rio


    2021 kia rio


    The sedan comes in LX and S ($17,655) trim levels, while the hatchback comes in S trim ($17,955) only. An $1800 tech package is now available for the S that includes automatic climate control, proximity-key entry, a few driver-assistance features, and the aforementioned LED headlights and 15-inch wheels. All Rios come standard with a 1.6-liter inline-four with 120 horsepower and a continuously variable automatic transmission. It’s rated at 36 mpg combined by the EPA.

    The 2021 Kia Rio is already arriving at dealerships now.

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