See how the new Kia Rio blends feature-forward design and efficiency to make the perfect subcompact car!

Nowadays, if you're looking for a reliable means of transportation at a competitive price point, you'll have a lot of different options to choose from in the subcompact car segment. Unfortunately, when you look at many dealerships around the greater Fort Lauderdale, FL area, you'll often find you have to make a compromise between a subcompact car that's priced right for your budget and a subcompact car with a few more features that you'll actually enjoy driving everyday. Now, this is an age-old dilemma that's plagued the subcompact car segment for quite some time, but we're happy to report that it's about to become a problem of the past with the new Kia Rio for sale here at Rick Case Kia Sunrise.

Fully redesigned, the 2018 Kia Rio strikes a pitch-perfect balance between feature sophistication and efficiency, both in terms of price and performance. In fact, even if you've never considered a subcompact car before, we think the new 2018 Kia Rio will give you plenty of reason to do so.

Now, one of the first things you'll likely notice about the new Kia Rio is its updated exterior styling. While many of its subcompact competitors, the Kia Rio features both sedan and hatchback body styles that have some of the same design cues as many of the larger models in the Kia portfolio, giving it an aura of confidence in a segment of competitors that often look quirky or out-of-proportion by comparison.

That said, there's plenty of substance to go along with the enhanced styling of the new Kia Rio. Under the surface, the Kia Rio has a redesigned platform, allowing for more interior space. And while there's plenty of head and leg room in both the front and rear seats of the Kia Rio, the space in which you'll notice the biggest difference is the cargo area. With a wider load floor thanks to the redesigned rear suspension, the new Kia Rio can accommodate up to 32.8 cubic-feet of luggage when properly equipped.

However, perhaps the best update to the Kia Rio is its new loadout of technology and features. For many other subcompact models out there, you'll have to settle for air conditioning and a radio system and little else when it comes to tech, but that's just not the case when it comes to the Kia Rio. Inside its cabin, you'll find the available new Kia UVO infotainment system. This innovative 7-inch touchscreen system supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, allowing you to easily pair your favorite mobile devices on the go. However, perhaps even more impressively, it also integrates with the My Car Zone® app, allowing you to set speed limits, curfew times, and even boundaries for travel and sending an alert to your phone when they're exceeded. This feature will prove practically invaluable for parents who are letting their teens borrow their Kia Rio, allowing them to keep an eye on learning drivers even without being in the passengers' seat.

As we said before, the Kia Rio may be a subcompact car, but it's big on feature sophistication. And best of all, at a starting MSRP of just $13,900, the new Kia Rio can fit neatly into your budget. So, if you'd like to see what this smart new subcompact car can do, feel free to pay us a visit here at Rick Case Kia Sunrise to take a test drive with the Kia Rio today!

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