What kind of oil does a 2008 Kia Rio take?

I recently got a used car, and it will need an oil change soon. I’m able to change the oil myself, but I’m not sure what kind to get for this car. What kind of oil does a 2008 Kia Rio take?

Payton Ternus · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Thankfully, it’s easy to find the right kind of oil with a little help!
Engine oils are not one-size-fits-all across car makes and models—each car has different requirements. For a 2008
Kia Rio
, you’ll need to find 5W-20 oil for maximum efficiency.
Several brands make this kind of oil, so you’re sure to find an option within your budget. Popular options include Pennzoil, Mobil, and FRAM. You can explore these brands plus other options at auto parts stores or larger retailers.
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