The Good: The 2007 Kia Rondo gets an optional Infinity audio system, with 315 watts and 10 speakers. The V-6 engine in the top trim EX model gives it plenty of usable power. It has a full roster of safety gear as standard. The Bad: There are no options for navigation, Bluetooth hands-free calling, or a rear-seat entertainment system, nor does the stereo play anything besides standard radio and CDs, both MP3 and Redbook. The Rondo's high center of gravity and narrow body make it feel as if it's teetering on corners. The Bottom Line: As an inexpensive people mover, the 2007 Kia Rondo is pretty capable, although the passengers will have to content themselves with a good audio experience for entertainment, while the driver will have to rely on maps for directions.