The trim levels offered by Kia for the 5-door adds many luxurious and appealing features to consumers. For example, the SX option offers heated front seats, a moonroof, LED headlamps, and a sports tuned suspension with 17 inch alloy wheels.
The 2012 Kia Rio 5-door is built with a new construction design that will protect passengers in the event of a side impact or roll-over collision. There is also electronic stability control, a vehicle management system, four wheel anti lock brake system, and hill start assist control. The 2012 version also comes standard with full-length side curtain airbags and the dual front airbags use Kia's advanced airbag system that monitors the severity of an impact and controls the airbags inflation to reduce the likelihood of injury in the event of a collision. Even more safety features include front seat belt pre-tensioners and anchors and tethers for children.
The 2012 Kia Rio 5-door is available in three trims - the LX, EX, and SX. The LX option has camouflaged door handles and side mirrors, 15" steel wheels, rear wiper and washer, multi-reflector headlamps and rear spoiler. Also the LX option includes tilt six way adjustable driver's seat, and a trip computer. The EX has power door locks, power windows, steering wheel mounted controls including cruise control, metallic finish on door trim, Bluetooth connectivity, keyless entry and a chrome grill affixed to the front. Finally, the sportier and highest trim level, the SX offers LED headlamp and tail light accents, sports-tuned suspension, 17-inch alloy wheels, larger front brakes, twin chrome exhaust tips, projection headlamps, fog lamps, and UVO by Microsoft.
The 2012 Kia Rio 5-door has a substantial amount of features including UVO with a 4.3-inch color touch screen display along with a camera on rear display. This system is similar to Ford's SYNC system and allows for hands free communication with devices such as phones and MP3 players. Consumers also have the ability to add features through various packages. For instance, drivers can upgrade to a package, which includes power door locks, automatic power windows functionality on drivers window. A convenience package in the EX option includes the UVO system, 15 inch alloy wheels, automatic headlamps, front fog lights, and leather steering wheel and shift control. Furthermore, the ECO package ads the ISG technology to improve the fuel efficiency of the car. Also, consumers can select the Premium package on the offered SX option replace the UVO with a Sirius traffic navigation system, moonroof and heated front seats.
Additionally, Kia offers a market leading warranty offer with a 10 year or 100,000 mile powertrain warranty and a five year or 60,000 mile roadside assistance plan among the options. p>