With only several hundred dollars between the Rio LX and the Rio S, we feel the Rio S is worth the premium. This model comes equipped with a whole lot more basic conveniences than the LE, such as the 60/40 split-folding rear seats, the sliding center console armrest, and two additional USB ports that are located behind the front center console for rear passengers. It also comes with cruise control and remote keyless entry with an alarm and trunk opener. There are also a few more features available for the S than what there are for the LX; these include LED headlights, SiriusXM radio connectivity, an upgraded 3.5-inch driver information cluster, a high line tire pressure monitoring system, and forward collision avoidance assist as part of the S Technology Package.
Technology Package, LED Positioning Lights, Advanced Tire Pressure Monitoring System, Supervision Meter Cluster w/3.5" LCD Mono Display, LED Headlights, Forward Collision Avoidance Assist- Ped, Radio: UVO3 eServices Telematics AM/FM/MP3, 6 speakers, USB/auxiliary input jack, USB charger, support for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration, steering wheel-mounted audio controls and SiriusXM satellite radio