- 17" alloy wheels
- Remote central locking with keyless entry & boot release
- Reverse parking sensors
- Steering wheel mounted audio/Bluetooth® controls
Form Meets Function
Differentiating itself from the rest, the Soul is just as stylish as it is functional. Its spacious, roomy design allows for convenient, easy access in-and-out of the vehicle.
You'll continue finding unique design elements once you're inside the Kia Soul. Circular dashboards speakers bring a new depth to your favourite tunes. There's even large storage located in both door and centre console areas.
VSM (Vehicle Stability Management)
VSM helps ensure the car stays stable when accelerating or braking suddenly – especially on wet, slippery and rough roads.
Ergonomic design takes precedence inside the Soul. A logical layout for its features and technology results in ease of use. You’ll find a 5" Colour touchscreen Audio system with RDS and USB + Bluetooth® connectivity2 and reverse camera display conveniently located at your fingertips.
Kia Soul Colours & Gallery
* Premium paint at additional cost.
Colours and trims displayed here are a guide only and may vary from actual colours due to the display proces
Soul Industry Reviews
2014 KIA SOUL: PRICE AND FEATURES FOR AUSTRALIA
Mike Stevens - themotorreport.com.au
The Kia Soul is back on Australias new car scene this week, bringing an evolution of its familiar looks, a significant quality boost, and a number of new features. Theres now only one...Read Review
2015 Kia Soul Review - A Nice Little Box
The Motor Report - September 13, 2015
Kia took the styling experiment – perhaps plunge is a better word – with the Kia Soul, mirroring the box-like Japanese kei cars designed for the limited parking and crowded...Read Review
2014 Kia Soul road test: Something for the funky and fogeys
Grant Edwards - February 17, 2014
GROW up, not old. That's the philosophy being adopted by the new Kia Soul. The boxy and groovy-shaped offering from the South Korean carmaker has entered its secondRead Review