The 2017 Kia Rio is a lively compact sedan that is big on fun and even bigger on function. The new Rio is made up of only two trims, the LX and the EX, and each offers something unique to the driver who owns them. Compare the trims below and see which one is right for your drive style!
2017 Kia Rio LX vs 2017 Kia Rio EX
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2017 Kia Rio LX
The new Rio LX trim comes with all the necessities you could want in a vehicle like SiriusXM Satellite Radio, a USB/Auxiliary Input Jack, a Trip Computer, and 6-Way Adjustable seating with Woven Cloth Seat Trim. Those looking to add a little more comfort and convenience to the base model can do so by opting for additional features such as BLUETOOTH® Wireless Technology w/ Steering-Wheel-Mounted Control Buttons, an Active Eco System, power doors and windows, and Two-Tone Cloth & Leather Seat Trim w/ Gray Accent Stitching. If safety is your primary concern, you will be pleased to know that the new Rio LX features all the same safety components of its EX sibling.
2017 Kia Rio EX
The new Rio EX is the only trim line out of the two that can be equipped with a 4.3″ Color Touch-Screen Audio Display with a rear camera display and UVO eServices Infotainment System. This trim also automatically comes with BLUETOOTH® Wireless Technology w/ Steering-Wheel-Mounted Control Buttons and the Active Eco System, unlike the LX trim. In terms of comfort, the Rio EX comes standard with Premium Knit Cloth Seat Trim, Leather-Wrapped Steering Wheel & Gear Shift Knob, and a Soft-Touch Dash.