2017 Kia Rio Vs. 2017 Ford Fiesta Fontana, CA
Come by Valley Kia of Fontana to compare the innovative 2017 Kia Rio versus the 2017 Ford Fiesta. Your safety is Kia's priority. That’s why every Kia is designed with trusted technologies to help protect you and your passengers. The 2017 Rio’s advanced airbags system includes dual front, front seat-mounted side, and full-length side curtain airbags. The Rio’s advanced driver-assistive systems function automatically to give you enhanced control in various driving conditions. From the steering control of Vehicle Stability Management to the braking support of Hill-Start Assist Control, the Rio is intelligent safety technology when you need it. It’s improved control for peace of mind. Electronic Stability Control helps keep you on course, while Vehicle Stability Management offers increased steering control when driving on a slippery road. Intelligent braking you can count on. Electronic Brake-Force Distribution adjusts braking, front to rear, depending on load. The Antilock Braking System senses emergency braking situation and boosts braking pressure when needed. Hill-Start Assist Control helps keep your Rio in place as you accelerate from a stop on an incline. The Rio comes equipped with the latest technology to make driving more convenient. Like the available Rear-Camera Display that shows you what’s behind your Rio as you back out of the driveway or reverse into a spot. UVO is your co-pilot on the road. It’s advanced technology that responds to your voice, or the touch of a button, to offer driving directions, access your favorite apps, and more. And with Bluetooth wireless technology, you can make or answer calls without taking your hands off the wheel. So that you can stay connected wherever you go. Kia put the 2017 Rio’s 1.6-liter GDI engine through 300 hours of wide-open throttle testing before it ever reaches the road. It achieves up to 37 mpg on the highway and features an Active Eco System that helps optimize fuel economy. The Rio is the perfect balance of performance and efficiency. Take control with Rio’s Sportmatic automatic transmission. It lets you manually shift gears, without a clutch, for six speeds of sporty connection to the road.
Compared to the 2017 Kia Rio, the 2017 Ford Fiesta falls short. From its grille, headlamps, available fog lamps and trim to its sleek hood with distinctive character lines, the Fiesta features an athletic, sculpted look. For starters, you have 10 eye-catching colors to choose from, plus available leather-trimmed front seats. For those looking for sporty performance, there's the Fiesta ST. It features ST-exclusive wheels and trim and a unique sporty interior, including race-inspired available ST-badged RECARO seats. When the temperature drops, the Cold Weather Package has you covered. Features include heated first-row seats, heated exterior mirrors and electronic automatic temperature control. The Cold Weather Package is available on SE and standard on Titanium vehicles. Extensive use of high-strength lightweight boron steel helps protect critical occupant safety zones in the Fiesta. The Fiesta also has a driver knee airbag. This airbag inflates between the driver's knees and the instrument panel. The first- and second-row seats have side-curtain airbag protection. They feature roll-fold technology, which is designed to inflate between the window glass and the passenger's head. When combined with the front-seat side airbags, the side-curtain airbags help provide protection for both head and chest in certain side-impact collisions.
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