2017 Kia Rio Vs. 2017 Ford Focus Fontana, CA
Come in to Valley Kia of Fontana to compare the 2017 Kia Rio Vs. 2017 Ford Focus. From its sculpted, aerodynamic shape to its distinctive front grille, the 2017 Rio is sure to draw looks. Inspired by European design, we updated both the front and rear to be even sleeker. Because bold style is seen from all angles. The Rio’s bold, dynamic styling starts at the exterior and continues into the cabin. Loaded with driver-focused amenities, split-folding rear seats, and plenty of headroom and legroom for all passengers. It’s the small car with big comforts. The Rio is sophisticated design all the way down to the interior fabrics. Subtle black and gray seating gives the cabin a modern look, while accents of leather offer a luxury feel. Contrasting gray stitching is incorporated throughout the Rio’s trim—from steering wheel to seats to armrest—for standout style the moment you get in.
The 2017 Kia 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. The 2017 Rio’s 1.6-liter GDI engine was put 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.
When compared to the 2017 Ford Focus, the 2017 Kia Rio comes out on top. The Focus ST includes a centre-exhaust with dual bright tips, 18-inch Rado Grey- painted aluminum wheels, a Piano Black grille, ST badging and other unique ST features. The 2.0L Ti-VCT engine comes standard on the SEL, along with LED signature lighting, fog lamps and power moonroof. Also standard are SYNC 3 with 8-inch screen, dual-zone electronic automatic temperature control, the Reverse Sensing System and Audio System from Sony with HD Radio Technology and 10 speakers. Focus has a standard rear view camera plus seven airbags to help protect you and your passengers on the road. Other features include dual-stage front airbags, front-seat side airbags, side-curtain airbags and driver knee airbag.
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