Obviously the Rio has a lot to like for teens, but parents can appreciate it as well. The Rio offers 40 miles per gallon highway fuel economy and also has a plethora of safety features like antilock brakes, stability and traction control and front seat and side curtain airbags, among other features.
If it’s not the 2012 Kia Rio that interests the teen driver in the family, then the 2012 Kia Soul should provide a change-up to that. With a design all its own and similar performance and efficiency numbers to the Rio, the Soul is set up to be a teen dream as well.
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