For 2002, a subcompact Rio wagon joins the front-drive Rio mini-sedan that debuted a year earlier as the least-expensive car in the U.S. market. On sale since summer 2001, the wagon is the least-expensive example of that body style sold in the United States, displacing the Suzuki Esteem, which held that title recently. Rio sedans switch from 13-inch to 14-inch tires for 2002, and a new power package is optional. Read More
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