[1999 - 2022] Kia Rio Fuel Tank Sizes (2023)

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Average capacity for all generations Quick notes on Kia Rio fuel tank size Engine size to tank capacity for Kia Rio 2017 Difference from world average Tank size to power ratio Quick notes on Kia Rio fuel tank size Engine size to tank capacity for Kia Rio 2017 Difference from world average Tank size to power ratio Quick notes on Kia Rio fuel tank size Engine size to tank capacity for Kia Rio 2015 Difference from world average Tank size to power ratio Quick notes on Kia Rio fuel tank size Engine size to tank capacity for Kia Rio 2011 Difference from world average Tank size to power ratio Quick notes on Kia Rio fuel tank size Engine size to tank capacity for Kia Rio 2011 Difference from world average Tank size to power ratio Quick notes on Kia Rio fuel tank size Engine size to tank capacity for Kia Rio 2005 Difference from world average Tank size to power ratio Quick notes on Kia Rio fuel tank size Engine size to tank capacity for Kia Rio 2005 Difference from world average Tank size to power ratio Quick notes on Kia Rio fuel tank size Engine size to tank capacity for Kia Rio 2002 Difference from world average Tank size to power ratio Quick notes on Kia Rio fuel tank size Engine size to tank capacity for Kia Rio 2002 Difference from world average Tank size to power ratio Quick notes on Kia Rio fuel tank size Engine size to tank capacity for Kia Rio 1999 Difference from world average Tank size to power ratio Quick notes on Kia Rio fuel tank size Engine size to tank capacity for Kia Rio 1999 Difference from world average Tank size to power ratio FAQs Videos

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[1999 - 2022] Kia Rio Fuel Tank Sizes (1) [1999 - 2022] Kia Rio Fuel Tank Sizes (2)

  • 2017 Rio IV Sedan (YB)
  • 2017 Rio IV Hatchback (YB)
  • 2015 Rio III Hatchback (UB, facelift 2015)
  • 2011 Rio III Hatchback (UB)
  • 2011 Rio III Sedan (UB)
  • 2005 Rio II Sedan (JB)
  • 2005 Rio II Hatchback (JB)
  • 2002 Rio I Sedan (DC, facelift 2002)
  • 2002 Rio I Hatchback (DC, facelift 2002)
  • 1999 Rio I Sedan (DC)
  • 1999 Rio I Hatchback (DC)


Quick notes on Kia Rio fuel tank size

    • Average capacity for generation: 45 L (9.9 gal)
    • Approximate driving range (full tank): 510 km (317 miles)
    • Tank size to engine capacity: 4.4%
    • Fuel supply to each passanger: 9 L per 1 person
    • Weight of fuel (full tank): 32.9 kg
    • City fuel consupmtion: 8.4 L/100 km (28 mpg)
    • Tankheim rating: 4 / 10

Engine size to tank capacity for Kia Rio 2017

  • 1.6 — 28.1x difference
  • Difference from world average

  • 1.6 — 28.6% smaller
  • Tank size to power ratio

  • 1.6 — 2.9 hp/L


  • Vehicle Fuel tank size Max driving range Fuel consumption per 10 km Fuel type Full tanks per 5000 miles
    1.6 45 L (10 gal) 600 km
    (373 miles)
    0.7 L Petrol (Gasoline) 13.4
    Vehicle 1.6
    Fuel tank size 45 L (10 gal)
    Max driving range 600 km
    (373 miles)
    Fuel consumption per 10 km 0.7 L
    Fuel type Petrol (Gasoline)
    Full tanks per 5000 miles 13.4

    Quick notes on Kia Rio fuel tank size

      • Average capacity for generation: 45 L (9.9 gal)
      • Approximate driving range (full tank): 861 km (535 miles)
      • Tank size to engine capacity: 2.2%
      • Fuel supply to each passanger: 9 L per 1 person
      • Weight of fuel (full tank): 70.7 kg
      • Emissions in city traffic: 104—114 g/km of CO2 (65—72 g/mile)
      • Difference between tank and trunks capacities: 280 L
      • Top speed to fuel supply: 4 km/h to 1 L (2.5 mph to 1 L)
      • Tankheim rating: 4 / 10

    Engine size to tank capacity for Kia Rio 2017

  • 1.0 T-GDI — 45x difference
  • 1.4 MPI — 32.1x difference
  • 1.4 CRDi — 32.1x difference
  • 1.25 MPI — 37.5x difference
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    Difference from world average

  • 1.0 T-GDI — 28.6% smaller
  • 1.4 MPI — 28.6% smaller
  • 1.4 CRDi — 28.6% smaller
  • 1.25 MPI — 28.6% smaller
  • Tank size to power ratio

  • 1.0 T-GDI — 2.7 hp/L
  • 1.4 MPI — 2.2 hp/L
  • 1.4 CRDi — 1.7 hp/L
  • 1.25 MPI — 1.9 hp/L


  • Vehicle Fuel tank size Max driving range Fuel consumption per 10 km Fuel type Full tanks per 5000 miles
    1.0 T-GDI 45 L (10 gal) - 0.5 L Petrol (Gasoline) -
    1.4 MPI 45 L (10 gal) - 0.5 L Petrol (Gasoline) -
    1.4 CRDi 45 L (10 gal) - 0.3 L Diesel -
    1.25 MPI 45 L (10 gal) - 0.5 L Petrol (Gasoline) -
    Vehicle 1.0 T-GDI
    Fuel tank size 45 L (10 gal)
    Max driving range -
    Fuel consumption per 10 km 0.5 L
    Fuel type Petrol (Gasoline)
    Full tanks per 5000 miles -
    Vehicle 1.4 MPI
    Fuel tank size 45 L (10 gal)
    Max driving range -
    Fuel consumption per 10 km 0.5 L
    Fuel type Petrol (Gasoline)
    Full tanks per 5000 miles -
    Vehicle 1.4 CRDi
    Fuel tank size 45 L (10 gal)
    Max driving range -
    Fuel consumption per 10 km 0.3 L
    Fuel type Diesel
    Full tanks per 5000 miles -
    Vehicle 1.25 MPI
    Fuel tank size 45 L (10 gal)
    Max driving range -
    Fuel consumption per 10 km 0.5 L
    Fuel type Petrol (Gasoline)
    Full tanks per 5000 miles -

    Quick notes on Kia Rio fuel tank size

      • Average capacity for generation: 43 L (9.5 gal)
      • Approximate driving range (full tank): 825 km (513 miles)
      • Tank size to engine capacity: 2.3%
      • Fuel supply to each passanger: 8.6 L per 1 person
      • Weight of fuel (full tank): 67.5 kg
      • City fuel consupmtion: 5.7 L/100 km (41 mpg)
      • Emissions in city traffic: 112—123 g/km of CO2 (70—77 g/mile)
      • Difference between tank and trunks capacities: 245 L
      • Top speed to fuel supply: 4 km/h to 1 L (2.5 mph to 1 L)
      • Tankheim rating: 4 / 10

    Engine size to tank capacity for Kia Rio 2015

  • 1.4 — 30.7x difference
  • 1.4 CRDI — 30.7x difference
  • 1.2 — 35.8x difference
  • 1.1 CRDI — 39.1x difference
  • Difference from world average

  • 1.4 — 31.7% smaller
  • 1.4 CRDI — 31.7% smaller
  • 1.2 — 31.7% smaller
  • 1.1 CRDI — 31.7% smaller
  • Tank size to power ratio

  • 1.4 — 2.5 hp/L
  • 1.4 CRDI — 2.1 hp/L
  • 1.2 — 2 hp/L
  • 1.1 CRDI — 1.7 hp/L


  • Vehicle Fuel tank size Max driving range Fuel consumption per 10 km Fuel type Full tanks per 5000 miles
    1.4 43 L (9 gal) 681 km
    (423 miles)
    0.6 L Petrol (Gasoline) 11.8
    1.4 CRDI 43 L (9 gal) 1002 km
    (623 miles)
    0.4 L Diesel 8
    1.2 43 L (9 gal) 830 km
    (516 miles)
    0.5 L Petrol (Gasoline) 9.7
    1.1 CRDI 43 L (9 gal) 1031 km
    (641 miles)
    0.4 L Diesel 7.8
    Vehicle 1.4
    Fuel tank size 43 L (9 gal)
    Max driving range 681 km
    (423 miles)
    Fuel consumption per 10 km 0.6 L
    Fuel type Petrol (Gasoline)
    Full tanks per 5000 miles 11.8
    Vehicle 1.4 CRDI
    Fuel tank size 43 L (9 gal)
    Max driving range 1002 km
    (623 miles)
    Fuel consumption per 10 km 0.4 L
    Fuel type Diesel
    Full tanks per 5000 miles 8
    Vehicle 1.2
    Fuel tank size 43 L (9 gal)
    Max driving range 830 km
    (516 miles)
    Fuel consumption per 10 km 0.5 L
    Fuel type Petrol (Gasoline)
    Full tanks per 5000 miles 9.7
    Vehicle 1.1 CRDI
    Fuel tank size 43 L (9 gal)
    Max driving range 1031 km
    (641 miles)
    Fuel consumption per 10 km 0.4 L
    Fuel type Diesel
    Full tanks per 5000 miles 7.8

    Quick notes on Kia Rio fuel tank size

      • Average capacity for generation: 43 L (9.5 gal)
      • Approximate driving range (full tank): 642 km (399 miles)
      • Tank size to engine capacity: 2.3%
      • Fuel supply to each passanger: 8.6 L per 1 person
      • Weight of fuel (full tank): 67.5 kg
      • City fuel consupmtion: 7.4 L/100 km (32 mpg)
      • Difference between tank and trunks capacities: 181 L
      • Top speed to fuel supply: 4 km/h to 1 L (2.5 mph to 1 L)
      • Tankheim rating: 4 / 10

    Engine size to tank capacity for Kia Rio 2011

  • 1.2 16V — 35.8x difference
  • 1.4 16V — 30.7x difference
  • 1.1 12V — 39.1x difference
  • Difference from world average

  • 1.2 16V — 31.7% smaller
  • 1.4 16V — 31.7% smaller
  • 1.1 12V — 31.7% smaller
  • Tank size to power ratio

  • 1.2 16V — 2 hp/L
  • 1.4 16V — 2.5 hp/L
  • 1.1 12V — 1.7 hp/L
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    Vehicle Fuel tank size Max driving range Fuel consumption per 10 km Fuel type Full tanks per 5000 miles
    1.2 16V 43 L (9 gal) 774 km
    (481 miles)
    0.5 L Petrol (Gasoline) 10.4
    1.4 16V 43 L (9 gal) 642 km
    (399 miles)
    0.6 L Petrol (Gasoline) 12.5
    1.1 12V 43 L (9 gal) - - Diesel -
    Vehicle 1.2 16V
    Fuel tank size 43 L (9 gal)
    Max driving range 774 km
    (481 miles)
    Fuel consumption per 10 km 0.5 L
    Fuel type Petrol (Gasoline)
    Full tanks per 5000 miles 10.4
    Vehicle 1.4 16V
    Fuel tank size 43 L (9 gal)
    Max driving range 642 km
    (399 miles)
    Fuel consumption per 10 km 0.6 L
    Fuel type Petrol (Gasoline)
    Full tanks per 5000 miles 12.5
    Vehicle 1.1 12V
    Fuel tank size 43 L (9 gal)
    Max driving range -
    Fuel consumption per 10 km -
    Fuel type Diesel
    Full tanks per 5000 miles -

    Quick notes on Kia Rio fuel tank size

      • Average capacity for generation: 43 L (9.5 gal)
      • Approximate driving range (full tank): 734 km (456 miles)
      • Tank size to engine capacity: 2.3%
      • Fuel supply to each passanger: 8.6 L per 1 person
      • Weight of fuel (full tank): 67.5 kg
      • City fuel consupmtion: 6.2 L/100 km (38 mpg)
      • Difference between tank and trunks capacities: 457 L
      • Top speed to fuel supply: 4 km/h to 1 L (2.5 mph to 1 L)
      • Tankheim rating: 4 / 10

    Engine size to tank capacity for Kia Rio 2011

  • 1.2 16V — 35.8x difference
  • 1.4 16V — 30.7x difference
  • 1.4 CRDi 16V — 30.7x difference
  • 1.1 CRDi 12V — 39.1x difference
  • Difference from world average

  • 1.2 16V — 31.7% smaller
  • 1.4 16V — 31.7% smaller
  • 1.4 CRDi 16V — 31.7% smaller
  • 1.1 CRDi 12V — 31.7% smaller
  • Tank size to power ratio

  • 1.2 16V — 2 hp/L
  • 1.4 16V — 2.5 hp/L
  • 1.4 CRDi 16V — 2.1 hp/L
  • 1.1 CRDi 12V — 1.7 hp/L


  • Vehicle Fuel tank size Max driving range Fuel consumption per 10 km Fuel type Full tanks per 5000 miles
    1.2 16V 43 L (9 gal) 774 km
    (481 miles)
    0.5 L Petrol (Gasoline) 10.4
    1.4 16V 43 L (9 gal) 756 km
    (470 miles)
    0.6 L Petrol (Gasoline) 10.6
    1.4 CRDi 16V 43 L (9 gal) 896 km
    (557 miles)
    0.4 L Diesel 9
    1.1 CRDi 12V 43 L (9 gal) - - Diesel -
    Vehicle 1.2 16V
    Fuel tank size 43 L (9 gal)
    Max driving range 774 km
    (481 miles)
    Fuel consumption per 10 km 0.5 L
    Fuel type Petrol (Gasoline)
    Full tanks per 5000 miles 10.4
    Vehicle 1.4 16V
    Fuel tank size 43 L (9 gal)
    Max driving range 756 km
    (470 miles)
    Fuel consumption per 10 km 0.6 L
    Fuel type Petrol (Gasoline)
    Full tanks per 5000 miles 10.6
    Vehicle 1.4 CRDi 16V
    Fuel tank size 43 L (9 gal)
    Max driving range 896 km
    (557 miles)
    Fuel consumption per 10 km 0.4 L
    Fuel type Diesel
    Full tanks per 5000 miles 9
    Vehicle 1.1 CRDi 12V
    Fuel tank size 43 L (9 gal)
    Max driving range -
    Fuel consumption per 10 km -
    Fuel type Diesel
    Full tanks per 5000 miles -

    Quick notes on Kia Rio fuel tank size

      • Average capacity for generation: 45 L (9.9 gal)
      • Approximate driving range (full tank): 685 km (426 miles)
      • Tank size to engine capacity: 4.4%
      • Fuel supply to each passanger: 9 L per 1 person
      • Weight of fuel (full tank): 70.7 kg
      • City fuel consupmtion: 6.7 L/100 km (35 mpg)
      • Difference between tank and trunks capacities: 292 L
      • Top speed to fuel supply: 4 km/h to 1 L (2.5 mph to 1 L)
      • Tankheim rating: 4 / 10

    Engine size to tank capacity for Kia Rio 2005

  • 1.4 i 16V — 32.1x difference
  • 1.6i 16V — 28.1x difference
  • 1.5 CRDi — 30x difference
  • Difference from world average

  • 1.4 i 16V — 28.6% smaller
  • 1.6i 16V — 28.6% smaller
  • 1.5 CRDi — 28.6% smaller
  • Tank size to power ratio

  • 1.4 i 16V — 2.2 hp/L
  • 1.6i 16V — 2.5 hp/L
  • 1.5 CRDi — 2.4 hp/L


  • Vehicle Fuel tank size Max driving range Fuel consumption per 10 km Fuel type Full tanks per 5000 miles
    1.4 i 16V 45 L (10 gal) 742 km
    (461 miles)
    0.6 L Petrol (Gasoline) 10.8
    1.6i 16V 45 L (10 gal) 565 km
    (351 miles)
    0.7 L Petrol (Gasoline) 14.2
    1.5 CRDi 45 L (10 gal) 1075 km
    (668 miles)
    0.4 L Diesel 7.5
    Vehicle 1.4 i 16V
    Fuel tank size 45 L (10 gal)
    Max driving range 742 km
    (461 miles)
    Fuel consumption per 10 km 0.6 L
    Fuel type Petrol (Gasoline)
    Full tanks per 5000 miles 10.8
    Vehicle 1.6i 16V
    Fuel tank size 45 L (10 gal)
    Max driving range 565 km
    (351 miles)
    Fuel consumption per 10 km 0.7 L
    Fuel type Petrol (Gasoline)
    Full tanks per 5000 miles 14.2
    Vehicle 1.5 CRDi
    Fuel tank size 45 L (10 gal)
    Max driving range 1075 km
    (668 miles)
    Fuel consumption per 10 km 0.4 L
    Fuel type Diesel
    Full tanks per 5000 miles 7.5

    Quick notes on Kia Rio fuel tank size

      • Average capacity for generation: 45 L (9.9 gal)
      • Approximate driving range (full tank): 718 km (446 miles)
      • Tank size to engine capacity: 4.4%
      • Fuel supply to each passanger: 9 L per 1 person
      • Weight of fuel (full tank): 70.7 kg
      • City fuel consupmtion: 7 L/100 km (34 mpg)
      • Emissions in city traffic: 153—168 g/km of CO2 (95—105 g/mile)
      • Difference between tank and trunks capacities: 227 L
      • Top speed to fuel supply: 4 km/h to 1 L (2.5 mph to 1 L)
      • Tankheim rating: 4 / 10
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    Engine size to tank capacity for Kia Rio 2005

  • 1.4 i 16V — 32.1x difference
  • 1.6i 16V — 28.1x difference
  • 1.5 CRDi — 30x difference
  • Difference from world average

  • 1.4 i 16V — 28.6% smaller
  • 1.6i 16V — 28.6% smaller
  • 1.5 CRDi — 28.6% smaller
  • Tank size to power ratio

  • 1.4 i 16V — 2.2 hp/L
  • 1.6i 16V — 2.5 hp/L
  • 1.5 CRDi — 2.4 hp/L


  • Vehicle Fuel tank size Max driving range Fuel consumption per 10 km Fuel type Full tanks per 5000 miles
    1.4 i 16V 45 L (10 gal) 727 km
    (452 miles)
    0.6 L Petrol (Gasoline) 11.1
    1.6i 16V 45 L (10 gal) 702 km
    (436 miles)
    0.7 L Petrol (Gasoline) 11.5
    1.5 CRDi 45 L (10 gal) 1110 km
    (690 miles)
    0.4 L Diesel 7.2
    Vehicle 1.4 i 16V
    Fuel tank size 45 L (10 gal)
    Max driving range 727 km
    (452 miles)
    Fuel consumption per 10 km 0.6 L
    Fuel type Petrol (Gasoline)
    Full tanks per 5000 miles 11.1
    Vehicle 1.6i 16V
    Fuel tank size 45 L (10 gal)
    Max driving range 702 km
    (436 miles)
    Fuel consumption per 10 km 0.7 L
    Fuel type Petrol (Gasoline)
    Full tanks per 5000 miles 11.5
    Vehicle 1.5 CRDi
    Fuel tank size 45 L (10 gal)
    Max driving range 1110 km
    (690 miles)
    Fuel consumption per 10 km 0.4 L
    Fuel type Diesel
    Full tanks per 5000 miles 7.2

    Quick notes on Kia Rio fuel tank size

      • Average capacity for generation: 45 L (9.9 gal)
      • Approximate driving range (full tank): 526 km (327 miles)
      • Tank size to engine capacity: 2.2%
      • Fuel supply to each passanger: 9 L per 1 person
      • Weight of fuel (full tank): 32.9 kg
      • City fuel consupmtion: 8.8 L/100 km (27 mpg)
      • Difference between tank and trunks capacities: 281 L
      • Top speed to fuel supply: 4 km/h to 1 L (2.5 mph to 1 L)
      • Tankheim rating: 4 / 10

    Engine size to tank capacity for Kia Rio 2002

  • 1.3i — 34.6x difference
  • Difference from world average

  • 1.3i — 28.6% smaller
  • Tank size to power ratio

  • 1.3i — 1.8 hp/L


  • Vehicle Fuel tank size Max driving range Fuel consumption per 10 km Fuel type Full tanks per 5000 miles
    1.3i 45 L (10 gal) 702 km
    (436 miles)
    0.7 L Petrol (Gasoline) 11.5
    Vehicle 1.3i
    Fuel tank size 45 L (10 gal)
    Max driving range 702 km
    (436 miles)
    Fuel consumption per 10 km 0.7 L
    Fuel type Petrol (Gasoline)
    Full tanks per 5000 miles 11.5

    Quick notes on Kia Rio fuel tank size

      • Average capacity for generation: 45 L (9.9 gal)
      • Tank size to engine capacity: 2.2%
      • Fuel supply to each passanger: 9 L per 1 person
      • Weight of fuel (full tank): 32.9 kg
      • City fuel consupmtion: 8.8 L/100 km (27 mpg)
      • Difference between tank and trunks capacities: 404 L
      • Top speed to fuel supply: 4 km/h to 1 L (2.5 mph to 1 L)
      • Tankheim rating: 4 / 10

    Engine size to tank capacity for Kia Rio 2002

  • 1.3 i — 34.6x difference
  • Difference from world average

  • 1.3 i — 28.6% smaller
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    Tank size to power ratio

  • 1.3 i — 1.8 hp/L


  • Vehicle Fuel tank size Max driving range Fuel consumption per 10 km Fuel type Full tanks per 5000 miles
    1.3 i 45 L (10 gal) 702 km
    (436 miles)
    - Petrol (Gasoline) 11.5
    Vehicle 1.3 i
    Fuel tank size 45 L (10 gal)
    Max driving range 702 km
    (436 miles)
    Fuel consumption per 10 km -
    Fuel type Petrol (Gasoline)
    Full tanks per 5000 miles 11.5

    Quick notes on Kia Rio fuel tank size

      • Average capacity for generation: 45 L (9.9 gal)
      • Approximate driving range (full tank): 573 km (356 miles)
      • Tank size to engine capacity: 2.2%
      • Fuel supply to each passanger: 9 L per 1 person
      • Weight of fuel (full tank): 32.9 kg
      • City fuel consupmtion: 8.8 L/100 km (27 mpg)
      • Difference between tank and trunks capacities: 249 L
      • Top speed to fuel supply: 4 km/h to 1 L (2.5 mph to 1 L)
      • Tankheim rating: 4 / 10

    Engine size to tank capacity for Kia Rio 1999

  • 1.5i 16V — 30x difference
  • 1.3i — 34.6x difference
  • Difference from world average

  • 1.5i 16V — 28.6% smaller
  • 1.3i — 28.6% smaller
  • Tank size to power ratio

  • 1.5i 16V — 2.2 hp/L
  • 1.3i — 1.7 hp/L


  • Vehicle Fuel tank size Max driving range Fuel consumption per 10 km Fuel type Full tanks per 5000 miles
    1.5i 16V 45 L (10 gal) 642 km
    (399 miles)
    - Petrol (Gasoline) 12.5
    1.3i 45 L (10 gal) 702 km
    (436 miles)
    0.7 L Petrol (Gasoline) 11.5
    Vehicle 1.5i 16V
    Fuel tank size 45 L (10 gal)
    Max driving range 642 km
    (399 miles)
    Fuel consumption per 10 km -
    Fuel type Petrol (Gasoline)
    Full tanks per 5000 miles 12.5
    Vehicle 1.3i
    Fuel tank size 45 L (10 gal)
    Max driving range 702 km
    (436 miles)
    Fuel consumption per 10 km 0.7 L
    Fuel type Petrol (Gasoline)
    Full tanks per 5000 miles 11.5

    Quick notes on Kia Rio fuel tank size

      • Average capacity for generation: 45 L (9.9 gal)
      • Approximate driving range (full tank): 478 km (297 miles)
      • Tank size to engine capacity: 2.2%
      • Fuel supply to each passanger: 9 L per 1 person
      • Weight of fuel (full tank): 32.9 kg
      • City fuel consupmtion: 10.4 L/100 km (23 mpg)
      • Difference between tank and trunks capacities: 406 L
      • Top speed to fuel supply: 4 km/h to 1 L (2.5 mph to 1 L)
      • Tankheim rating: 4 / 10

    Engine size to tank capacity for Kia Rio 1999

  • 1.5i 16V — 30x difference
  • 1.5 i 16V — 30x difference
  • 1.3 i — 34.6x difference
  • Difference from world average

  • 1.5i 16V — 28.6% smaller
  • 1.5 i 16V — 28.6% smaller
  • 1.3 i — 28.6% smaller
  • Tank size to power ratio

  • 1.5i 16V — 2.2 hp/L
  • 1.5 i 16V — 2.4 hp/L
  • 1.3 i — 1.7 hp/L


  • Vehicle Fuel tank size Max driving range Fuel consumption per 10 km Fuel type Full tanks per 5000 miles
    1.5i 16V 45 L (10 gal) 642 km
    (399 miles)
    - Petrol (Gasoline) 12.5
    1.5 i 16V 45 L (10 gal) 533 km
    (331 miles)
    0.9 L Petrol (Gasoline) 15.1
    1.3 i 45 L (10 gal) - 0.7 L Petrol (Gasoline) -
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    Vehicle 1.5i 16V
    Fuel tank size 45 L (10 gal)
    Max driving range 642 km
    (399 miles)
    Fuel consumption per 10 km -
    Fuel type Petrol (Gasoline)
    Full tanks per 5000 miles 12.5
    Vehicle 1.5 i 16V
    Fuel tank size 45 L (10 gal)
    Max driving range 533 km
    (331 miles)
    Fuel consumption per 10 km 0.9 L
    Fuel type Petrol (Gasoline)
    Full tanks per 5000 miles 15.1
    Vehicle 1.3 i
    Fuel tank size 45 L (10 gal)
    Max driving range -
    Fuel consumption per 10 km 0.7 L
    Fuel type Petrol (Gasoline)
    Full tanks per 5000 miles -

    FAQs

    How many gallons fill up a Kia Rio? ›

    11.9 gallons

    How big is the gas tank on a 2022 Kia Rio? ›

    2022 Kia Rio Fuel Tank Capacity

    The modern Kia driver and shopper near the Plano, TX, area will discover the new Kia Rio's standard fuel economy rating of an EPA-estimated 33 city and 41 highway mpg pairs well with its fuel tank capacity of up to 11.9 gallons.

    How big is the gas tank in a Rio? ›

    The two tank sizes that Kia uses in the Rio are 11.9 and 11.4 gallons. Model years 2001-2011 have a gas tank size of 11.9 gallons or 46 liters. Kia switched it up for the 2012-2017 Rios—their fuel tank capacity is 11.4 gallons or 44 liters.

    How many Litres is Kia Rio tank? ›

    About the 2021 Kia Rio S

    KIA claims the Rio S uses 5.6L/100km of Unleaded Petrol in the combined city and highway cycle while putting out 129g of CO2. It has a 45L fuel tank, meaning it should be able to travel 804km per full tank.

    Is a Kia Rio good on gas? ›

    Fuel Economy and Real-World MPG

    The EPA estimates the Rio sedan and hatchback will earn 32 mpg in the city and 41 on the highway. Those figures are identical to the Hyundai Accent's and slightly better than the Nissan Versa's.

    How many miles can 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 good gas mileage? ›

    Generally, a good rule of thumb for gas mileage nowadays is to make sure you are getting at least 23 MPG combined city and highway. However, there are all kinds of factors that will affect the mileage you get and how efficient your vehicle will be.

    How reliable is a Kia Rio? ›

    Is the Kia Rio Reliable? The Kia Rio has gotten excellent scores for its overall reliability. RepairPal gave the sedan a score of 4.5 out of 5.0. This means that an owner of the Kia Rio will pay less on repairs per year on average and will have fewer trips to the mechanic.

    How large is a gas tank on a Kia? ›

    The 2022 Sportage has a 16.4-gallon gas tank that uses a Gasoline Direct Injection fuel delivery system on all trim levels. At this tank capacity, you can be sure that you will be on the road for a long time, and with fewer stops along the way.

    How many gallons does a Kia tank hold? ›

    What is the Gas Tank Size of the Kia Soul for 2022?
    Fuel Economy of the 2022 Kia Soul
    Trim LevelsMPGGas Tank Size
    Turbo27 City / 32 Highway14.3 Gallons
    EX29 City / 35 Highway14.3 Gallons
    X-Line28 City / 33 Highway14.3 Gallons
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    How many gallons does a Kia have? ›

    2022 Kia K5 Fuel Tank Capacity

    Kia drivers and shoppers near the Plano, TX, area can expect a fuel tank that holds up to 15.8 gallons, which pairs well with the LXS FWD's EPA-estimated 27 city and 37 highway mpg rating.

    How big is the gas tank on a 2009 Kia Rio? ›

    11.9 gal

    How many Litres of oil does a Kia Rio take? ›

    The engine oil capacity is 4 liters, meaning that 4 liters, or 4.2 quarts, of motor oil are needed.

    What size gas tank does a 2016 Kia Rio have? ›

    2016 Kia Rio Gas Tank Size
    TrimEngine TypeGallons (US)
    LX - Sedan(1.6L 4-cyl. 6-speed Automatic)Gas11,4
    EX - Sedan(1.6L 4-cyl. 6-speed Automatic)Gas11,4
    SX - Sedan(1.6L 4-cyl. 6-speed Automatic)Gas11,4
    LX - 4dr Hatchback(1.6L 4-cyl. 6-speed Automatic)Gas11,4
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    What is the cheapest Kia? ›

    The 2022 Kia Rio sedan is the cheapest Kia car you can buy new in 2022 and is priced at $16,450. It is offered in two trims and the other model starts at $17,090, $300 less than the Rio hatchback.

    What is the smallest Kia? ›

    2022 Kia Rio: What's New

    Kia's smallest and most affordable vehicle line, consisting of the subcompact Kia Rio sedan and Rio five-door hatchback, was introduced for the 2018 model year and got a refresh for 2021.

    Is Kia discontinuing the Rio? ›

    Kia will likely discontinue the Rio after the 2022 model year. Over the last few years, subcompact hatchbacks and sedans disappeared from the U.S. market. This includes the discontinuation of the Ford Fiesta, Honda Fit, and Toyota Yaris.

    What are common problems with Kia? ›

    Engine failure is one of the most common problems you'll encounter with Kia—other issues include transmission problems and a faulty electrical system. Most car manufacturers will produce cars that have the same problem time after time no matter how reputable they are.

    Are Kia engines good? ›

    The short answer is yes, Kia reliability is above average. While Kia earned a poor reputation when it first entered the United States market nearly 20 years ago, much has changed since. Today, the brand has an overall RepairPal reliability rating of 4.0 out of 5.0 and ranks third out of 32 car brands surveyed.

    Is Kia Rio a good used car? ›

    In all the years of production, some Kia Rio models have been worse than others. Some years are worse than others. We recommend staying away from the 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, and 2014 models. The biggest troubles with the Kia Rio lie in the engine, transmission, and fuel consumption.

    Do you get better gas mileage with a full tank? ›

    A full tank of fuel weighs more, driving round with additional weight in a car or van will reduce fuel economy.

    How can I make my car more fuel efficient? ›

    10 ways to reduce fuel consumption
    1. Keep tires pumped up. Tires that are underinflated have a higher rolling resistance on the road. ...
    2. Lose the weight in your boot. ...
    3. Drive with AC. ...
    4. Don't go too fast or too slow. ...
    5. Remain steady when accelerating. ...
    6. Avoid braking aggressively. ...
    7. Cruise in top gear. ...
    8. Practice predictive driving.

    What car gets 136 mpg? ›

    The Hyundai Ioniq Electric, best fuel-mileage car with 136 MPGe (150 city, 122 highway).

    How long do Kia engines last? ›

    On average, a Kia can last about 200,000 miles. Keeping up with regular maintenance is one of the best ways to ensure any vehicle's longevity, and that rule holds true for your Kia.

    Is Kia Rio 1.4 a good car? ›

    It's good looking, has enough equipment and plenty of safety features. It's also cheap to run, with most variants either tax free or very cheap to tax. It ticks all the key boxes, and its minor faults don't take much away from its overall ability.

    Are there any issues with Kia Rio? ›

    Most Common Problems with the 2021 Kia Rio

    Once again, brakes head the list of complaints about the Kia Rio. There are also complaints about the engine and the fuel/propulsion system. Additionally, there is a recall on this, and the 2020 model, for brake master cylinders of 87 vehicles to be replaced.

    Does driving slower save gas? ›

    Slow Down and Drive Conservatively

    Reducing your speed by 5 to 10 mph can improve fuel economy by 7%–14%. Using cruise control on the highway can help drivers maintain a constant speed; vehicles use the most energy when accelerating.

    What car will last the longest? ›

    Longest-Lasting Cars: Toyota's Land Cruiser Easily Wins the Top Spot
    Longest-Lasting Vehicles to Reach 200k Miles – iSeeCars Study
    RankVehicle% of Cars Over 200k Miles
    1Toyota Land Cruiser16.3%
    2Toyota Sequoia11.2%
    3Chevrolet Suburban5.1%
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    28 Feb 2022

    What car does not waste a lot of gas? ›

    2021 Toyota Prius Prime

    That's good for a total range of 640 miles, according to the EPA, and a 133 mpg-equivalent rating. The EPA explains the mpg-e measurement as representing the number of miles the vehicle can go using a quantity of fuel with the same energy content as a gallon of gasoline.

    What size gas tank does a 2022 Kia Forte? ›

    The Forte has a gasoline tank size of 14 gallons on all models. That is a generous tank size for a sedan and delivers plenty of fuel to allow the best gas mileage available.

    How many miles can a Kia Soul go on a full tank of gas? ›

    2021 Kia Soul Gas Tank Size

    What is this? On a full tank of fuel, the 2021 Kia Soul has a maximum range in the city between 357 and 414 miles depending on the trim level. On a full tank of fuel, the 2021 Kia Soul has a maximum highway driving range between 443 and 500 miles depending on the trim level.

    How many Litres does a Kia Sportage 2022 have? ›

    It has a 54L fuel tank, meaning it should be able to travel 857km per full tank.

    How do you open the gas tank on a Kia Carnival 2022? ›

    The fuel filler door must be opened from inside the vehicle by pulling up on the fuel filler door opener located on the front floor area on the driver's seat.

    How do you open the gas tank on a 2022 Kia Sorento? ›

    How To Open Gas Tank Fuel Door - 2022 Kia K5 - YouTube

    Is the 2022 Kia Soul front wheel drive? ›

    2022 FWD Kia Soul: Performance Features & Specs

    Now that you know the Kia Soul is Front-Wheel-Drive, let's explore the Kia Soul trims engines available at Regal Kia near Winter Haven. Below are your engine options for the 2022 Kia Soul: 2.0-liter in-line 4-cylinder engine: Standard on every model except the Turbo.

    How many Litres is a Kia Forte? ›

    Standard power comes from a naturally aspirated 2.0-litre four-cylinder engine, while a punchy turbocharged 1.6-litre unit is available on GT models for drivers seeking extra power and performance.

    How many gallons does a 2012 Kia Soul? ›

    12.7 gal

    How big is a 2015 Kia Rio gas tank? ›

    11.4 gal

    What size gas tank does a 2014 Kia Rio have? ›

    11.4 gal

    What size gas tank does a 2016 Kia Rio have? ›

    2016 Kia Rio Gas Tank Size
    TrimEngine TypeGallons (US)
    LX - Sedan(1.6L 4-cyl. 6-speed Automatic)Gas11,4
    EX - Sedan(1.6L 4-cyl. 6-speed Automatic)Gas11,4
    SX - Sedan(1.6L 4-cyl. 6-speed Automatic)Gas11,4
    LX - 4dr Hatchback(1.6L 4-cyl. 6-speed Automatic)Gas11,4
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    Is Kia Rio fuel-efficient South Africa? ›

    The 1.4-litre adds a feeling of confidence, even though the Rio does not have other cars' vigour in this segment - cars like the Polo and Fiesta. Fuel consumption is not very impressive at around 8.0-litres/100km (combined).

    How big is the gas tank on a 2010 Kia Rio? ›

    11.9 gal

    How many Litres is the 2015 Kia Rio? ›

    Overview. The 2015 Kia Rio's only engine is a 1.6-liter I-4 rated at 138 hp and 123 lb-ft of torque that's mated to a six-speed manual or automatic transmission. Fuel economy is OK for the class at 27/37 mpg city/highway for all models.

    How big is a Kia Forte gas tank? ›

    With a fuel tank capacity of 11.9 gallons, the 2022 Kia Forte delivers a driving range of over 400 combined miles—with the max highway range reaching nearly 490 miles per tank of gas. Visit Central Kia of Plano, TX, to learn more about the new 2022 Kia Forte and take it for a test drive.

    How many miles does a 2014 Kia Rio get? ›

    Compare Side-by-Side
    2014 Kia Rio
    EPA Fuel EconomyRegular Gasoline
    30 MPG 27 36 combined city/highway city highway
    3.3 gal/100mi
    342 miles Total Range
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    Is a 2014 Kia Rio reliable? ›

    How Reliable Is the 2014 Kia Rio? J.D. Power gives the 2014 Kia Rio a reliability rating of three out of five, which is average.

    Is the 2014 Kia Rio good on gas? ›

    The 2014 Kia Rio is reasonably good on gas, thanks to its engine's direct injection technology, and the car's rather lightweight construction in general. But with no models in the lineup getting more than 32 mpg Combined--or even hitting the 40-mpg highway mark--it's not an especially high achiever in fuel economy.

    Is there a recall on 2016 Kia Rio? ›

    2016 Kia Rio Recalls

    There have been no safety recalls issued from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

    How big is a Kia Sportage gas tank? ›

    The 2022 Sportage has a 16.4-gallon gas tank that uses a Gasoline Direct Injection fuel delivery system on all trim levels.

    How big is the gas tank on a Toyota Corolla? ›

    What is the Gas Tank Size of the Toyota Corolla? The Toyota Corolla has a 13.2-gallon gas tank. Having a 1.8-liter 4-cylinder engine, drivers will see an estimated 33 miles per gallon highway and city combined.

    What is a Kia Rio fuel consumption? ›

    There are two engine options and a pair of gearboxes on offer in the Rio range. The base model features a 1.2-litre naturally aspirated engine and a 5-speed manual gearbox, resulting in a claimed fuel consumption figure of 5.7 L/100km.

    Is Kia Rio 1.4 a good car? ›

    It's good looking, has enough equipment and plenty of safety features. It's also cheap to run, with most variants either tax free or very cheap to tax. It ticks all the key boxes, and its minor faults don't take much away from its overall ability.

    Is Kia Rio a reliable car? ›

    Yes, it would be a good choice! The Kia Rio has a great reliability rating. It also has great ownership costs, with drivers paying an annual average of $434 for their vehicle's upkeep.

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