Kia Soul EV

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About 

The Soul EV is a great addition to Kia's electric offering. With an impressive range and a broad array of interior features, the Kia Soul is a versatile EV well-suited to any journey.

First Edition

  • 8-way driver adjustable seat

  • Adaptive smart cruise control function

  • 10-speaker Harmon/Kardon premium sound system

  • 10.25" touchscreen satellite navigation

  • Heads-up display

  • Black leather upholstery

  • Smart entry system

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7 year warranty

or 100,000 miles

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Charging time: 7.2kW AC = 22 miles (range) per hour of charging

77Kw DC = 210 miles (range) per hour of charging

DESIGN

The new design for the Soul has a certain charm about it, with a quirky rear light design and a tidy, minimalist front. On the inside, the Soul has the latest Kia infotainment system, and has plenty of room thanks to the high roof

seats

NCAP T.B.C.

Savings: Soul vs Niro 1.6L Petrol

Soul

(Electric)

3.95

miles/kWh
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 Niro

(Petrol)

58.9

mpg 
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Soul

£12

£7

£0

0g/km

Niro

£214

£120

£12

110g/km

Savings per month 

Savings over a 3 year period

£327

£11,653

*based on 10,000 annual miles using Octopus Go to charge, fuel prices as of 10/03/21

**based on first year annual VED

***based on year one benefit in kind rates at a 40% income tax bracket and income of £55,000

Company Car Tax***

Fuel based on 10,000 miles*

Vehicle Excise Duty**

Emissions

Driving experience

The Soul has plenty of a range for longer journeys, and the 4 different driving modes available provide plenty of adjustability. The Soul's steering is sharp, making it very usable in tight, urban environments.

MODEL TYPE

0-62 MPH*

RANGE (WLTP)*

REAL WORLD RANGE

cold city weather**

First Edition

7.9 secs

280 miles

225 miles

*Data obtained from manufacturer's website 

**Data obtained from http://ev-database.uk/

Testimonials

Top Gear: It’s a very good car, the Soul EV. And now it has a useful 280 miles of range thanks to the impressive drivetrain it shares with the Hyundai Kona and Kia e-Niro, we don’t think Brits will miss the petrol model all that much