2019 Kia Soul Feature & Changes – Nicely because the mid-cycle refresh of the Soul is the subject matter of the nighttime I guess I’ll consider the opportunity to bust out a speculation for the future generation. I realize it seems early on, but by this time following year, we’ll probably have the third technology revealed and preparing to go on sale six weeks later on.
2019 Kia Soul Lineup
- Kia Soul Base – Starting about $18,300 ( 164 hp, 2.0L I4. FWD-only, 6AT-only. 24/31 mpg).
- Kia Soul Plus ( ) – Starting close to $20,300 (175 hp, 1.6T I4. FWD/AWD, 7DCT-only. Up to 28/33 mpg).
- Kia Soul Exclaim (!) – Starting close to $23,900 (201 hp, 1.6T I4. FWD/AWD, 7DCT-only. Up to 26/31 mpg).
- Kia Soul GT – $29,800 (235 hp, 2.0T I4. AWD-only, 7DCT-only. 24/28 mpg).
AWD will include $1,400 to the start prices and decline fuel economy by one mpg city/highway. I would not assume any hybrid or electric models the following technology simply as a result of the Kia Niro managing that placement.
2019 Kia Soul Review
The 201 hp, 1.6T in the 2017 Kia Soul Exclaim was expected to be introduced TWO YEARS In the past! However, the suspensions, adjusting, and braking systems weren’t ready in time for the Winter 2014 launch. As an alternative of pressing it to 2015, Kia desired introducing it with the mid-cycle recharge this year. This is the reason I’m “meh” to the “turbo” Kia Soul. By the way, the Kia Soul is one of the best driving Kias hands down. I have had the 1.6L and the 2.0L versions as few days long leases and wish the other vehicles (such as the Cadenza) experienced the same stage of composure for their segment.