Yesterday we revealed that the Mercedes-Benz C-Class Cabriolet and Mazda CX-5 aced their respective Euro NCAP crash tests, each scoring five-stars. Alongside them in this… Read more →
The previous-generation Rio was one of Kia’s best-sellers and the new one has just launched in South Africa. The big question, then: does it have the talent to replicate its predecessor’s success?
The Rio has been the best-selling model for Kia in recent times, with 471 000 units sold globally in 2014. In South Africa, it is no… Read more →
Volkswagen’s recently refreshed Polo faces some stylish and well-specced opposition in a potential curtain raiser to next year’s Top 12 Best Buys…
Whereas naming the Kia Rio four-door the winner of this category came as a result of protracted debate and victory by a narrow majority of… Read more →
The well-specified and competitively priced Kia Rio has a big following, and the four-door version is quite attractive to boot.
A comparative test of 9 B-segment cars. Each of these hatches can be had for about R200 000 and less, but which one should you choose?
Whether you’re talking about Russia or South Africa, the world is loving the Rio. Can the new sedan continue the success story?
It seems Kia is producing better and better cars with every new model launch. Almost every new product from this Korean manufacturer moves the goal post a little further, and makes life a little harder for its competitors. The new Kia Rio is a case in point.
Thank goodness for the efforts of Peter Schreyer and his design team over the past few years, because the first generation Kia Rio had to be one of the ugliest cars on South African motorways in the past decade. Now into its third iteration, the Rio finally has looks that befit the name.