While the all-new Kia Rio 5-entryway hatchback is creating positive media scope around the globe and touching base in merchant showrooms crosswise over Europe, Kia is praising the world debut of its new Kia Rio 3-entryway model at the 2011 Frankfurt Auto Show.
Planned essentially for the European showcase, the new Kia Rio 3-entryway will grow the advance of Kia's most recent B-portion model to draw in another gathering of purchasers to the brand surprisingly - boosting victory deals after its presentation amid the first quarter of 2012. At last, Kia expects the Rio 3-way to represent roughly 20 to 25 for every penny of aggregate Rio deals.
In most European markets, Kia Rio 3-entryway will be accessible with the same scope of powertrains, hardware and choices as the 5-entryway. The new model will offer clients a decision of four exceedingly effective three-and four-chamber motors - with a 75 to 109 ps force range.
The quickest Kia Rio 3-entryway will quicken to 100 kph (62 mph) in 11.5 seconds and have the capacity to achieve a top rate of 183 kph (114 mph). Fuel utilization will be as low as 3.2 liters for each 100 km (88.2 mpg) for the recently presented EcoDynamics diesel model, which will likewise convey an industry-driving CO2 rating of only 85 g/km.
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