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Performance

There is a choice of either a 1.6-litre petrol or 1.6-litre diesel engines, both of which have similar power outputs and get to 0-60mph in around 10 seconds. The diesel has the added torque to perhaps put it ahead of its sister model with easier overtaking. Its elevated driving position and large windscreen give excellent visibility and the steering is light. The easy to use gear change also adds to the driving experience as does the responsive handling. Book a test drive through Askaprice.com to take a spin yourself.

Running costs

The lowest running costs in the Soul range can be found with the 1.6-litre diesel engine which returns an impressive 57.3mpg and had CO2 levels of 149g/km. Kia’s seven-year warranty also helps a lot with running costs and takes the worry out of needing repairs.

Equipment

There is plenty of choice in the trim department with the Soul. The car is well-equipped even at entry level, with 1 models coming with air conditioning, four powered windows, remote locking, Bluetooth and steering wheel control for the six speaker stereo. Higher up the trim level, 2 models add alloy wheels and power folding mirrors while special editions add all sorts of styling and luxury kit. For full details of the specifications across all the trims order a brochure through this website.