- 17" alloy wheels
- Remote central locking with keyless entry & boot release
- Reverse parking sensors
- Steering wheel mounted audio/Bluetooth® controls
The Soul is undeniably distinct from all angles. Its design lines interplay with sharp body creases, creating a strong on-road presence. It's a car that gets noticed, for shattering expectations, and for offering a new take on urban vehicles.
Ergonomic design takes precedence inside the Soul. A logical layout for its features and technology results in ease of use. You’ll find a touchscreen Audio system with USB + Bluetooth® connectivity2 and reverse camera display conveniently located at your fingertips.
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.
Reverse Parking Sensors
Rear parking sensors alert the driver when a static object is detected while reversing.
Soul Industry Reviews
2013 Kia Soul+ review
Allison Garoza - carsguide.com.au
‘Huh, that’s...interesting looking.’ Our friend’s offhand comment about the Kia Soul+ surprisingly riled us. We immediately jumped to the Soul’s defense, spouting praise for its look, drivability, and price tag.Read Review
2014 Kia Soul road test
Chris Miller - behindthewheel.com.au
The Kia Soul has grown up. The second generation has dropped the ‘look at me’ teenager attitude for a more mature appearance and feel both inside and out. First released in 2009, the Kia Soul was touted as the ultimate in funky...Read Review
2014 Kia Soul: Price and features for Australia
Mike Stevens - themotorreport.com.au
The Kia Soul is back on Australia’s new car scene this week, bringing an evolution of its familiar looks, a significant quality boost, and a number of new features.Read Review