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2017 Kia Soul

The 2017 Kia Soul wagon gets a host of upgrades in addition to the Soul Exclaim's new turbo engine. Other updates include available Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, an 8-way-power passenger seat, additional USB ports, HID headlights, and a new full-color information display between the gauges for the Exclaim.

2016 Kia Soul

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.

About Kia Soul

The 2017 Kia Soul finally receives the one thing it's lacked since the first hamster-driven 5-door hatchback appeared on our streets: horsepower. The top-level 2017 Soul Exclaim now boasts a 201-horsepower turbocharged 1.6 4-cylinder that finally delivers the kind of driving fun the Kia Soul's funky styling and marketing long promised. Beyond extra power and better handling, the entire Soul lineup gets updated with available Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, blind-spot detection, additional USB inputs and more. It makes a 2017 Soul a compelling alternative not just to subcompact SUVs like the Fiat 500X or Mini Cooper Countryman, but also the Mazda3, Chevrolet Cruze and Honda Civic hatchbacks, especially with an excellent 10-year/100,000-mile powertrain warranty and a starting price of about $17,000.