The launch of the All-New Kia Rio last year proved to be a success and there’s no stopping Kia. This month, Kia introduces the fusion of one of its most loved models with one of the most stylish vehicles in its current line-up with the 4-Door Rio EX-S.
The 4-Door Kia Rio EX-S is the newest sedan model for the Rio line that incorporates the features of the 5-Door Rio hatchback without compromising space and convenience. Drive in any weather and in any city with ease through this sedan’s autolight and audio steering wheel controls, rain sensor, start/stop button system, 17-inch alloy wheels and Bluetooth connectivity.
Take advantage of unique style and functionality of the Rio EX-S’ cruise control, full auto-climate control and a trip computer that shows the outside temperature, distance travelled, door ajar and more. A 1.4L Gamma gasoline engine with Continuous Variable Valve Timing (CVVT) and 4-speed automatic transmission completes the sedan’s ideal blend of innovation and comfort.
“Kia has come a long way in advancing our line of cars, and we are proud to introduce new variants with more improvements for better driving,” said Dodie Gañac, vice president for marketing of Columbian Autocar Corporation, exclusive distributor of Kia Motors in the Philippines, on Kia’s continuous developments and efforts to exceed expectations.
City driving need not be limited with the 4-Door Kia Rio ES-X priced at Php 848,000 and fully loaded with efficient functionality and modern style.
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