What Car? readers preview the 2014 Kia Soul

Subscribe: http://bit.ly/1fBCZIl The 2014 Kia Soul aims to build on the first generation’s funky image, and add more practicality. What Car? readers got an exclusive preview of the car to see if Kia has succeeded. Read more about the Soul: http://ow.ly/sV58Z

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Comments

hawkesworth1712 says:

Again, no mention of whether it has a full size spare, space saver or repair kit.

Waleed Ebid says:

Please check the driving test over the smoothness of the car in the pits and bumps and passenger comfort and sense of road terrain
If the change the size of the tire will affect on the comfort ?
2012 Kia Forte car was crucified and uncomfortable and afraid to be like Kia soul

Statimtek says:

I find it interesting that  in the European spec Souls, the rear seats don’t  fold flat into the floor, there is a huge hump between the bottom of the seat back and the floor.The U.S  models have a smooth transition, which in my opinion is much better for cargo carrying, one of the reasons I decided to pass on the Ford Fiesta and the Nissan Versa Note.  I understand offering different engines and other features on European models, but this makes no sense, unless there is something different in the suspension geometry that does not allow for the seats to go all the way flat in back.Normally I am jealous that the Europeans better choices for their cars, but here is a rare case where us “undeserving Americans” get a small leg up. One small step, now lets see some of the performance tech come our way. I see we may may be getting a “Hot Hatch” Ford Focus RS  next year. Woo Hoo!!

Keron Samuel says:

they are all elderly, I am so grateful that Kia has now put the buttons on the steering wheel so I don’t have to take my eyes off of the road, get young individuals like me to give their take on what they think about the 2014 kia soul because I totally love it. 

F Peter says:

Never thought, but I’m looking forward to test drive it. Love it’s funky styling + the interior looks quite upmarket.

TheKmc121 says:

What a bunch of elderly douches

Vladimir Teleoaca says:

An average 911 owner would need a soul…. otherwise he would`ve bought an Aston….

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