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The Kia Soul is a good compact car. It's not the most athletic car in the class, but it handles well, rides smoothly and gets ample power from its available engines. Few rivals can match the Soul's spacious, upscale interior and it has plenty of intuitive tech features available. The Soul's biggest drawbacks are its uninspiring base engine and below-average fuel economy.


The Soul seats five people in two rows. This Kia's cabin is more upscale than most rival interiors and it incorporates plenty of quality materials. Both rows of seats provide plenty of head- and legroom for most adults and the front seats are supportive and comfortable. The Soul has two complete sets of LATCH car-seat connectors for the rear outboard seats and an upper tether for the rear middle seat. Standard infotainment features: a 5-inch touch screen, voice recognition, a six-speaker audio system, satellite radio, Siri Eyes Free, Bluetooth, and a USB port. Available infotainment features: a 7-inch or an 8-inch touch screen, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and navigation.


The Soul's base engine feels weak in many driving situations and its acceleration is lethargic at best. The 161-horsepower engine does a much better job and works well in city and highway driving, though it still isn't as potent as the turbo-four. The Soul isn't the most athletic car in the class, but it delivers composed handling and reasonably good agility, and it rides smoothly over most road surfaces. There's also a fully electric Soul model, it cover the Alternative Fuels and Charging section.

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