This is the new version of the Kia Soul, and looks like it’s been to the gym because it has grown in width and length. Compared to the old Soul, the new model is 20mm longer and 15mm wider, which means it is now slightly more practical.
The car will launched with three trim levels, before all the special editions start rolling in, including the Base Soul, Soul Plus and Soul Exclaim. Standard kit include power windows and door locks, 6-speaker sound system, telescoping steering wheel, Bluetooth, SiriusXM and optional 16-inch wheels, cruise control and keyless entry.
As you go up in the range you find items like 17-inch alloys, automatic headlights, UVO eServices, Rear Camera, leather upholstery, power seats, Infinity audio system, Xenon headlights, climate control, and.. The top of the range version also gets stuff like gloss black trims, LED lights, auto air con, and Supervision Cluster screen.
Boasting a more rigid chassis and revised suspension and steering system, the new Kia soul can be had with either a 1.6 liter 130hp or a 2.0 liter 160hp engines. Standard is a six-speed manual, but you can opt for an automatic.