How much does Kia Rio 2006 cost?

How much does Kia Rio 2006 cost?

2006 Kia Rio trade-in prices range from $569 – $4,048.

How long does a 2006 Kia Rio last?

With proper care and maintenance, a Kia Rio can last for 200,000 miles or more. If you drive an average of 15,000 miles per year, you can expect the Rio to serve you for about 13 years or thereabouts.

What is the cheapest Kia Rio?

Pricing and Which One to Buy

  • LX sedan. $17,275.
  • S sedan. $17,915.
  • S hatchback. $18,215.

Is the Kia Rio 2006 front wheel drive?

front-wheel Drive type.

How many MPG does a 2006 Kia Rio get?

Up to 32 city / 35 highway2006 Kia Rio / MPG

Does Kia have a hatchback?

Refined, fuel-efficient and packed with features, the stylish 2018 Kia Forte sedan and Forte5 hatchback are players in the compact class.

What kind of gas mileage does a 2006 Kia Sorento get?

Up to 16 city / 22 highway2006 Kia Sorento / MPG

What size gas tank does a 2006 Kia Sorento have?

21.1 gal
Fuel Tank

Aux Fuel Tank Capacity, Approx N/A gal
Fuel Tank Capacity, Approx 21.1 gal

What is the difference between a Kia Rio and a Rio5?

The basics: South Korean automaker Kia has completely redesigned its subcompact Rio sedan and wagon for 2006, and renamed the wagon the Rio5 (it was the Cinco before). These cars now are roomier, slightly more powerful and have better fuel economy.

What is the wheelbase of a Honda Rio?

The ’06 Rio sedan is 1.2 inches taller and 0.6 inch wider than last year’s model, with a wheelbase of 98.4 inches, up from 94.9 inches. Surprisingly, though, the overall length of the sedan remains the same: 166.9 inches.

What kind of engine does a Toyota Rio have?

The 1.6-liter inline four-cylinder engine that comes in all Rio models now has 110 horsepower, up from 104 for 2005. Torque was increased slightly as well – to 107 foot-pounds from 104.

Why is the Nissan Rio so popular?

Still, though, the Rio’s popularity is mostly attributed to its low price and economy of operation, which continue to be hallmarks of the vehicle. EPA fuel-economy estimates are 32 miles per gallon in the city and 35 mpg on the highway for the five-speed manual-transmission versions, and 29 city/38 highway with the four-speed automatic.