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2020 Kia E-Soul and Kia E-Niro review

Kia is preparing the arrival of its first two electric cars in Australia. Here’s how they stack up.

2020 Kia Soul review

Maintaining its successful tall-hatch formula, the third-generation Soul still pleases despite not offering AWD.

2017 Kia Soul review

Cheaper and with a few refinements, the 2017 Kia Soul remains a unique offering...

2014 Kia Soul Si: week with Review

Check it out now - The CarAdvice Melbourne team get a funk Soul brother for the week. Does it work out?

Kia Soul Review

Born-again Soul sets its sights on the sub-compact SUV class.

Kia Soul Review

Still funky and unique as ever, but does the Kia Soul still make sense?

Kia Soul Review

If you’re thinking about buying the Kia Soul, chances are you’ve fallen for its quirky, attention-seeking styling. While certainly not for everyone, the Soul exudes visual attitude few small cars can match. The box-car trend originated in Japan and has more recently taken off in the US where cars like the Kia Soul, Scion xB (Toyota Rukus here) and the Nissan Cube target mostly Gen Y drivers with their combination of chunky, squared dimensions and small-car fuel costs...

Kia Soul Review

The 2012 Kia Soul is a positive upgrade for a car that’s funkier than a practical car should be.

Toyota Rukus vs KIA Soul

Toyota Rukus vs KIA Soul Being a product planner for a major car manufacturer is a tough gig. You need to know what your market wants and almost predict future trends in consumer demand. Some models do surprisingly well in one country and bomb completely in another. Sometimes manufacturers create cars for a market which doesn't exist yet, in the hope of creating demand by doing so...

Kia Soul - Long Term Review

2009 Kia Soul3 CRDi - Long Term Review I’m not sure which supermarket Elvis is in this week, but Shrek is definitely in residence at CarAdvice HQ, at least a very green Kia Soul has taken up Long Term Test residence with us for the next few months. By David Twomey It you didn’t catch it, Nadine Armstrong was firmly convinced when she reviewed the Soul recently that it was just the car for Shrek, that loveable cartoon character...

2009 Kia Soul Review & Road Test

2009 Kia Sou Review & Road Test Good for the soul and better than botox Model Tested: 2009 Kia Soul2/3 - 1.6-litre, four-cylinder, CRDi, VGT, five-speed manual/four-speed auto - $26,990 Options: none fitted to test vehicle CarAdvice Rating: - by Nadine Armstrong If Shrek were to own a car, it would surely be the Kia Soul...

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