Kia's Soul wagon for 2016 gets new options, including 2-tone paint and lane-departure and forward-collision warning systems. The base model receives standard alloy wheels, the Plus trim gains fog lights and a rearview camera, and the Exclaim gains leather seats. A lower-cost Soul EV-e trim is offered, but only in California.
The big news is the new 2015 Kia Soul EV electric car, initially for sale in California, Oregon, New York, New Jersey and Maryland. Other than that, the Soul receives only minor updates such as UVO telematics packaging for base models and available Nappa leather seating in top trims.
About Kia Soul
The 2016 Kia Soul 5-door wagon is truly one of a kind. A modern and expressive exterior is matched by a well-appointed interior offering features not found on some midsize and near-luxury models. The boxy design maximizes interior room, while the fuel-efficient engine makes the Soul an easy choice for the budget-conscious. The Soul offers more room and standard features than the Fiat 500L or Mini Cooper Countryman, although it lacks an all-wheel-drive option. There's also an all-electric version for the environmentally minded. Beyond its hip good looks and catchy ad campaign (we know you've seen the dancing hamsters by now), the Soul offers solid affordable transportation with an amazing 10-year/100,000-mile powertrain warranty, all for a price starting under $17,000.