Aimed squarely at and designed specifically for the young and young-at-heart, the 2011 Kia Soul continues to make a statement for the brand with its distinctive styling, a plethora of safety options and tremendous value.
Soul stands out from the crowd with modern, unique styling and for 2011 offers consumers more personalization options than ever before.
Available in four trims, Soul, Soul+, Soul! and Soul sport, the dynamic compact CUV offers standard convenience features, including air conditioning, power windows, door locks and mirrors, Sirius Satellite Radio capabilities and MP3 connectivity.
Further adding to Soul’s stylish appeal, Kia is launching two all-new Special Edition Souls in the 2011 model year. Based on the Soul+ trim and available with automatic climate control, each additional Special Edition Soul offers unique exterior styling along with a number of fun accessories specific to that Soul.
Soul’s interior design is decidedly influenced by the car’s highly specified audio system. An uncluttered dashboard with a three-dial instrument cluster, LCD illumination and floating center stack design is the key visual feature and offers enticing access to the AM/FM/CD/MP3 audio system outfitted with Sirius Satellite Radio capabilities. Standard USB and auxiliary input jacks also are in the center console.
Standard interior features that make the Soul stand out from the rest include air conditioning, tilt steering column, power door locks, illuminated window switches, power windows with driver’s side auto-down, external temperature display and digital clock in the radio, an upper storage bin, dual-level glove box, 12-volt power outlet, rear window defroster, cargo area light and a dome light with delay out.
Base model estimated mpg: 26/31
Estimated starting price: $13,300
Compiled by Motor Matters

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