2014 Kia Soul Review Video
Written by Jim Wendt / Video by MaryAnne Wendt
The 2014 Kia Soul has a lot of bang for the buck. The car’s moniker lives up to its name: It’s hip. It’s cool. It got soul all right.
Kia offers so many cool luxury-ish features with the Soul, they’re bound to get good karma (and a lot of happy customers). From push button start, 8″ dash display, navigation, rear camera, heated and ventilated seats, heated steering wheel, traction control, smart key, bluetooth, to jamtastic adjustable speaker lights, and sunglasses holder the Kia Soul offers excellent value. So much so you want to yell “Yeah mon!” when you drive it.
Its 2.0 L 4-cylinder engine offers 164 horsepower offering plenty of pep for the ride.
A pleasant surprise was the sky-catching panoramic sun roof. Your passengers can star gaze on your next road trip while enjoying those heated seats on cold nights. The trunk and “under-the-flap storage compartment will keep your car feng-shuied.
Why This Ride?
- Panoramic sun roof
- Infinity Speaker System
- Awesome speaker lights
- Ventilated and heated seats
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