Kia Soul manuals

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Kia Soul manuals

With its funky styling and spunky four-cylinder power, the compact Kia Soul is aimed at mainstream economy-car shoppers who want something different. Indeed, the Kia hatchback is avant garde in its approach, boasting a swept-back exterior design with sporty angles and a neat cabin filled with distinctive shapes and vibrant colors. It gives Kia an injection of, well, soul to complement its well-earned reputation for competence and value. The Kia Soul shows that superminis dont have to all look the same. Its chunky, boxy looks and optional bright paint colours and graphics make it stand out. The interior is impressively spacious and simply laid out, although some of the plastics are a bit scratchy and the seats dont fold as easily as those in a Honda Jazz. The Soul doesnt drive as well as it looks, either, with a firm ride making the Kia uncomfortable on longer journeys.

Manuals for all generetions of Kia Soul car

Second generation PS (2014-2016) The Big Apple, perhaps America's most iconic metropolis, has played host to the global unveiling of Kia Motors' most iconic people mover, the all-new Soul urban utility vehicle, at the 2013 New York International Auto Show. The signature Soul design is instantly recognizable yet thoroughly fresh, with more than a passing nod to the hot Track'ster concept that was unveiled in 2012.
First generation AM (20102013) The Kia Soul is a quirky, tall hatchback or compact crossover that offers a mix of economy and utility for its size and price. It competes with the Nissan Juke, Cube, Honda Fit and Scion xD, which also make use of funky styling. First shown in production form at the 2008 Paris auto show, the Soul was designed at the company's U.S. headquarters near Irvine, California, credited to Mike Torpey under the design leadership of Peter Schreyer. It's assembled in South Korea.