Protect Yourself with the 2016 Kia Rio LX 5-Door Hatchback from Dealers Serving Santa Fe

If security matters to you, then protecting your life and the lives of your passengers should be one of the top reasons why you select a particular car. The 2016 Kia Rio LX 5-Door Hatchback may just answer all of your safety concerns.


For one thing, the 2016 Rio 5-Door is a game-changer when it comes to passenger safety and security. This vehicle gives priority to every single occupant to ensure that even in the event of a an accident, everyone inside is protected by the latest and greatest safety features.


Extending beyond the regular seat-belt, the 2016 Kia Rio 5-door Hatchback has specially designed belts that use a 3-point seat belt system to firmly protect every passenger. If collision cannot be completely averted, the front seat-belt pretensioners will pull the driver and the occupants more snugly into their seats in order to reduce the intensity of injury.


Reinforced steel beams also cover every door of the car. Their only duty is to ensure that in the event of a crash, they absorb and deflect as much of the force as they can to reduce the impact of the shock on the occupants. At the same time, the front and rear crumple zones will be doing the same thing, but their job is focused more on preserving the passenger compartment.


For the children, the LATCH system, meaning the Lower Anchors and Tethers for Children, is a universal child seat attachment system that securely holds down all LATCH-equipped child seats.

If you are thinking about getting the Rio 5-Door hatchback, visit any of the Kia dealers serving the Santa Fe area.


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