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Kia Soul Guide
Get the best online car shopping experience with expert reviews of the Kia Soul. Read more to learn about the most important features and important factors to consider when researching the Kia Soul.
With a distinctive boxy shape and enthusiastic four-cylinder power, the compact Kia Soul is an overachiever among small crossovers, hatchbacks and wagons. With its sharp angles and neat cabin filled with distinctive shapes and vibrant colors, the Soul doesn't fit neatly into any of those typical body types, which is of course part of its appeal. Discover the ins and outs on used Kia Souls, available now in Carvana's inventory.
Modern Look, User-Friendly ControlsThe Kia Soul comes with a truly modern look and expressive styling, yet provides a tasteful balance between style and substance. For the price range, the materials that comprise the Soul's cabin area make it appear and feel more refined than one might expect. Furthermore, the knobs and controls are logically located and easy-to-use, and utilizing the Uvo interface to control your smartphone is a breeze.
Loads Of Space For PassengersThanks to the Soul's boxy design, there is ample head and legroom in both the front and back seat. When it comes to cargo capacity, the space behind the rear seats offers up to 19 cubic feet of storage room. That number grows to 61 cubic feet with both sections of the 60/40-split folded down.
Better Than Anticipated HandlingThough its pedigree isn't exactly sporty, the Soul actually handles better than one might expect from such a unique looking vehicle. The steering has a precision and weightiness to its effort level at highway speeds, and it remains compose and controlled when taking it around turns. The brake pedal is also reassuring and firm, evoking even more confidence for the driver.
Ride QualityWhile the Kia Soul stands out in a crowd, its unique design doesn't come without some notable drawbacks. For one, the large wheels and tires on the Soul! model contribute to a rough ride, even on relatively smooth road surfaces. Additionally, the Soul's box shape design can create excessive wind noise when traveling at highway speeds.
Fuel EconomyWhen it comes to Soul models with the 2.0-liter engine, the accompanying fuel economy estimates from the EPA settle in around 26 mpg combined (23 mpg city/31 mpg highway), while the Soul's Eco package fares slightly better, checking in around 27 mpg combined (24 mpg city/31 mpg highway). Though on the surface these numbers appear appealing enough, they are actually rather subpar among small wagons and hatchbacks.
Expensive PackagesThe Kia Soul is available in three trim levels (base, Plus, and Exclaim), but basic options you may desire are exclusively available in more expensive trims. For example, the base model doesn't include keyless entry or cruise control. For some, this may be an annoying point of contention that doesn't exist with rival makes and models.
Kia Soul Reviews
4.8 OUT OF 5 (446 Reviews)