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Kia Soul

Acceleration Acceleration Acceleration tests are conducted on a smooth, flat pavement straightaway at the track. Time, speed, and distance measurements are taken with a precise GPS-based device that’s hooked to a data-logging computer.

0 to 60 mph 0 to 60 mph (sec.) The time in seconds that a vehicle takes to reach 60 mph from a standstill with the engine idling.

Transmission Transmission Transmission performance is determined by shifting smoothness, response, shifter action, and clutch actuation for manual transmissions.

Braking Braking The braking rating is a composite of wet and dry stopping distances and pedal feel. Braking distance is from 60 mph, with no wheels locked.

Emergency Handling Emergency Handling Several factors go into the rating, including the avoidance maneuver speed and confidence, as well as how the vehicle behaves when pushed to its limit.

Sours: https://www.consumerreports.org/cars/kia/soul/2013/overview/

2013 Kia Soul ! 5dr Wgn Auto Features and Specs

Front bucket seats -inc: active adjustable headrests, 4-way driver seat adjustment, driver height adjustment

60/40 split-folding rear seat -inc: adjustable head restraints for all positions

Cloth seat trim -inc: houndstooth fabric pattern

Instrument panel storage bin w/lid

Leather-wrapped tilt/telescopic steering wheel w/cruise & audio controls -inc: illuminated ignition ring

Instrumentation -inc: tachometer, outside temp display

Trip computer

Pwr windows -inc: driver 1-touch auto-down

Pwr door locks -inc: driver 2-turn unlock, central locking, impact-sensing auto-unlock

Remote keyless entry -inc: folding key w/panic button

Cruise control

Locking fuel door w/remote cable release

Manual air conditioning

Rear window defroster

Illuminated glove box

Dual front cup holders

Metal-finish trim w/chrome accents

Sand/black interior accents

Dual rear door map pockets

(3) 12V pwr outlets -inc: (2) front, (1) rear

Cloth door panel trim

Dual sunvisors w/illuminated covered vanity mirrors & extensions

Lighting -inc: cargo lamp, front & center dome lamps, delay-out

Leather-wrapped shift knob

Front seatback pockets

Under-floor luggage tray

Carpeted floor mats

Sours: https://www.caranddriver.com/kia/soul/specs/2013/kia_soul_kia-soul_2013
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Engine Type 1.6L, 4-cylinder, aluminum block and head 2.0L, 4-cylinder, aluminum block and head 2.0L, 4-cylinder, aluminum block and head Valve System Dual Continuously Variable Valve Timing (CVVT) Dual Continuously Variable Valve Timing (CVVT) Dual Continuously Variable Valve Timing (CVVT) Displacement (cc) 1,591 cc 1,999 cc 1,999 cc Compression ratio 11.0:1 10.3:1 10.3:1 Horsepower (SAE net) 138 hp @ 6,300 rpm 164 hp @ 6,500 rpm 164 hp @ 6,500 rpm Torque (SAE net) 123 lb.-ft. @ 4,850 rpm 148 lb.-ft. @ 4,800 rpm 148 lb.-ft. @ 4,800 rpm Fuel Injection System Gasoline Direct Injection Multi-Point Injection Multi-Point Injection Transmission 6-speed manual/ Electronically controlled, 6-speed automatic, overdrive (Optional) 6-speed manual/ Electronically controlled, 6-speed automatic, overdrive (Optional) Electronically controlled, 6-speed automatic, overdrive Curb Weight 6-speed manual 2,615 lbs. 2,707 lbs. - 6-speed automatic 2,690 lbs. 2,778 lbs. 2,778 lbs. Body & Chassis Layout Front engine, front-wheel drive Front engine, front-wheel drive Front engine, front-wheel drive Front suspension Independent, MacPherson struts, stabilizer bar, gas-filled shock absorbers Independent, MacPherson struts, stabilizer bar, gas-filled shock absorbers Independent, MacPherson struts, stabilizer bar, gas-filled shock absorbers Rear suspension Torsion beam, gas-filled shock absorbers Torsion beam, gas-filled shock absorbers Torsion beam, gas-filled shock absorbers Steering type Rack and pinion, Electric Power Steering Rack and pinion, Electric Power Steering Rack and pinion, Electric Power Steering Dimensions Wheelbase 100.4 in. 100.4 in. 100.4 in. Track (front/rear) 61.8 in./62.5 in. 61.8 in./62.5 in. 61.8 in./62.5 in. Length 162.2 in. 162.2 in. 162.2 in. Width 70.3 in. 70.3 in. 70.3 in. Height 63.4 in. 63.4 in. 63.4 in. Ground clearance 6.5 in. 6.5 in. 6.5 in. Headroom (front/rear) 40.2 in./39.6 in. 40.2 in./39.6 in. 40.2 in./39.6 in. Shoulder room (front/rear) 55.2 in./55.1 in. 55.2 in./55.1 in. 55.2 in./55.1 in. Legroom (front/rear) 42.1 in./39.0 in. 42.1 in./39.0 in. 42.1 in./39.0 in. Hip room (front/rear) 53.3 in./52.7 in. 53.3 in./52.7 in. 53.3 in./52.7 in. Passenger volume 102.3 cu. ft. 102.3 cu. ft. 102.3 cu. ft. Cargo volume (rear seat up) 19.3 cu. ft. 19.3 cu. ft. 19.3 cu. ft. Cargo volume (rear seat down) 53.4 cu. ft. 53.4 cu. ft. 53.4 cu. ft. Brakes Type Hydraulic, power-assisted vacuum, 4-sensor, 4-channel ABS Hydraulic, power-assisted vacuum, 4-sensor, 4-channel ABS Hydraulic, power-assisted vacuum, 4-sensor, 4-channel ABS Front Disc Disc Disc Rear Disc Disc Disc Tires Type 195/65R15 205/55R16 235/45R18 Estimated Fuel Economy Manual transmission, city/highway (mpg) 25/30 24/29 - Automatic transmission, city/highway (mpg) 25/30 23/28 23/28 Automatic transmission with ISG, city/highway (mpg) - 24/29 - Fuel tank capacity (gallons) 12.7 12.7 12.7
Sours: https://www.kiamedia.com/us/en/models/soul/2013/specifications
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Compare 2013 Kia Soul vs 2013 Kia Soul

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5-Door Wgn Automatic !

StyleMPG CityMPG HwyInvoiceMSRP
Soul 5-Door Wgn Automatic ! 23 28 $18,985 $19,900
Soul 5-Door Wgn Automatic + 23 28 $16,985 $17,700
Soul 5-Door Wgn Automatic Base 25 30 $15,580 $16,200
Soul 5-Door Wgn Manual + 24 29 $16,035 $16,700
Soul 5-Door Wgn Manual Base 25 30 $14,090 $14,400

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5-Door Wgn Automatic !

StyleMPG CityMPG HwyInvoiceMSRP
Soul 5-Door Wgn Automatic ! 23 28 $18,985 $19,900
Soul 5-Door Wgn Automatic + 23 28 $16,985 $17,700
Soul 5-Door Wgn Automatic Base 25 30 $15,580 $16,200
Soul 5-Door Wgn Manual + 24 29 $16,035 $16,700
Soul 5-Door Wgn Manual Base 25 30 $14,090 $14,400

2014 Kia Soul Vs. 2013 Kia Soul: Up-Close Impressions

The completely redesigned 2014 Kia Soul begins arriving at dealerships just a few weeks from now. And even if you've already read our first drive of the 2014 Soulfrom last month, you might wonder, after first seeing the 2014, if you should hold out for the new model or look for a deal on a 2013 Soul.

So how, exactly, does the redesigned 2014 Kia Soul size up against the 2013 Kia Soul? How do they compare?

We spent a week in a 2013 Kia Soul Exclaim (shortened to just ‘!’ in marketing) last month before heading out for our day driving the completely redesigned 2014 Soul. And with another brief look at the 2013 it served to help process the differences a model year can make.

Inside, the driving position in the new Soul feels just a little bit higher—even though company officials told us the H-point (where your hip joint sits) is lower than before. The seats are definitely better, but what gives you the odd perspective is that the cowl and instrument panel have been completely repositioned in the move of this design to the new ‘K’ platform that’s shared with the Kia Rio, Kia Forte, and others with the Hyundai badge. To put it as simply as possible, the instrument panel doesn't intrude as much into the front passenger area.

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The 2013 Kia Soul is both soulful and sensible--a distinctive, roomy, fun to drive alternative to staid small sedans or utility vehicles. The 2013 Kia Soul is both soulful and sensible--a distinctive, roomy, fun to drive alternative to staid small sedans or utility vehicles.
  • Crisp, charismatic design
  • Nimble, eager driving feel
  • Roomy interior
  • Crisp, charismatic design
  • Nimble, eager driving feel
  • Roomy interior
  • Road noise
  • Navigation means no UVO
  • Long throws for manual shifter
  • Road noise
  • Navigation means no UVO
  • Long throws for manual shifter
23 mpg 23 mpg 28 mpg 28 mpg Small Station Wagon Small Station Wagon 53.300 53.300 102.300 102.300 39.000 39.000 40.200 40.200 52.700 52.700 55.200 55.200 5 5 39.600 39.600 55.100 55.100 42.100 42.100 62.500 62.500 100.400 100.400 - TBD - - TBD - 70.300 70.300 61.800 61.800 6.500 6.500 161.600 161.600 - TBD - - TBD - 63.400 63.400 - TBD - - TBD - 19.300 19.300 - TBD - - TBD - - TBD - - TBD - - TBD - - TBD - 53.400 53.400 NA NA NA NA - TBD - - TBD - - TBD - - TBD - NA NA Yes Yes 11.000 x 1.000 11.000 x 1.000 NA NA 4-Wheel 4-Wheel Yes Yes 10.300 x 0.400 10.300 x 0.400 Pwr Pwr 12.700 12.700 2.800 2.800 - TBD - - TBD - 14.600 14.600 34.600 34.600 Pwr Rack & Pinion Pwr Rack & Pinion NA NA P235/45R18 P235/45R18 - TBD - - TBD - P235/45R18 P235/45R18 NA NA - TBD - - TBD - NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA 2820 2820 18 x 7.5 18 x 7.5 Aluminum Aluminum NA NA 18 x 7.5 18 x 7.5 NA NA Aluminum Aluminum 6.400 6.400 550 550 90 90 Gas I4 Gas I4 Electronic Fuel Injection Electronic Fuel Injection 148 @ 4800 148 @ 4800 NA NA 2.0L/121 2.0L/121 164 @ 6500 164 @ 6500 25 25 28 28 23 23 NA NA 3.360-3.510 3.360-3.510 1.380 1.380 Automatic Automatic Front Wheel Drive Front Wheel Drive 0.770 0.770 4.210 4.210 NA NA 1.800 1.800 6 6 1.000 1.000 NA NA 3.380 3.380 2.630 2.630 Kia Soul Kia Soul 5 Door Wagon 5 Door Wagon - TBD - - TBD - MacPherson Strut MacPherson Strut NA NA w/Coil Springs w/Coil Springs - TBD - - TBD - - TBD - - TBD - Torsion Beam Torsion Beam w/Coil Springs w/Coil Springs 7.1 7.1
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Soul 2013 kia

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Kia Soul Expert Review

Staff Writer

The square is in with the Kia Soul as cute and boxy replaces the curve of the past while maintaining adequate aerodynamic design and fuel economy. Since its first arrival in 2010, Soul has captured a blend of cargo room, passenger room, and unique styling as major features for today's green ecology and economy conscious citizens. The 2013 Kia Soul gives square a whole new meaning.

Bluetooth with steering wheel-mounted controls becomes standard on the base manual model. All models get a redesigned Kia badge on the hood, liftgate, and steering wheel, along with a dark chrome accent ring around the grille. Exclaim models get standard power-folding side mirrors and Clear White as an exterior paint color option. Dune, Molten, Titanium, and Moss become available for all trims.

Definitely a member of the square community of similarly styled five-passenger hatchbacks, the 2013 Kia Soul offers some class to the square. It has three different trim and accessory packages to warm up many choosy consumers. The basic level includes 15-inch steel wheels (or optional 16-inch alloy wheels), rear privacy glass, and keyless entry. Interestingly enough the higher-level packages are noted by punctuation marks to show excitement for the additional features added. The + mid-level package comes standard with the 16-inch alloy wheels and an available sunroof and fog lights. Automatic headlamps provide an option for the + level package. The premium ! package keeps a reasonable price range even with all the bells and whistles including 18-inch alloy wheels, power-folding external mirrors, LED daytime running lights, and upgraded headlights. The hatchback, five-passenger design enjoys popularity today with college students, small families, empty nesters, and others who want lots of space inside and ease of handling and parking on the outside.

The interior of the 2013 Kia Soul is well-insulated, giving passengers a worthy level of protection from outside road noise and the sense of sitting inside a more expensive vehicle. The voice-controlled UVO Infotainment system mixes high-tech features with ease of use for cell phones, iPods, and other electronic devices. The center stack is functional and gauges seem well-placed for easy viewing. Just for a bit of flair and fun, the Infinity audio system can include illuminated trim rings that keep time to the music. Whether going to the office or the prom, this audio system sparks a smile. The possible combination of two-toned hounds tooth upholstery gives this sporty ride a bit of added style. Tall and larger passengers enjoy the 102.3 cubic feet of driver and passenger space due to the boxy styling. The cargo space of 19.3 cubic feet is not the largest for vehicles in this class but certainly a good amount for this size and class of vehicle. Folding down the rear seats brings the cargo space up to 53.4 cubic feet for moving across the street or across the country.

As with most new vehicle lines, the 2013 Kia Soul has a combination of front-seat side airbags, side-curtain airbags, and front head restraints. Typical braking systems, traction control, and stability control come standard. The entire lineup includes hill start assistance, tire pressure monitoring, and plenty of power to be able to avert or avoid accident situations. Stopping distance and emergency braking are acceptable in testing situations comparable to similar vehicles. On the go does not mean the driver stays out of touch for business or personal contacts. The voice controlled UVO Infotainment system allows for hands-free use for cell phones, iPods, and other electronic devices to decrease the occurrence of driver distraction by their electronic devices. A 4.3-inch touchscreen and rear camera display provides an added bonus in the ! trim package level.

Kia offers two engine configurations with the 2013 Kia Soul: the 1.6-liter, 138-horsepower four-cylinder with 123 lb-ft of torque or the peppy, 2.0-liter four-cylinder with 164 horsepower and 148 lb-ft of torque. Combined with the handling of front drive and either a six-speed manual or six-speed automatic transmission, the 2013 Kia Soul definitely has considerable barking power.

Ecology and economy minded consumers enjoy the 26-27/34-35 mpg/city highway statistics, depending upon the motor and transmission configurations chosen. The eco package features automatic stop/start designed to save fuel by stopping and restarting the engine at long signal lights or while sitting in line at drive-thru windows. The Active Eco system optimizes fuel-efficient driving. Being ecological does not mean sacrificing necessary power to merge into freeway traffic. The Soul merges without loss of speed or strain that shows up in some similar vehicles. Adding the extended 100,000-mile motor and powertrain warranty sweetens the deal for many drivers looking to have a safe and dependable vehicle for many years of service.

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Sours: https://www.motortrend.com/cars/kia/soul/2013/
2013 Kia Soul - Long-Term Conclusion

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