Kia Adds Style and Convenience Features to 2016 Soul

The 2016 Kia Soul has more in common with the K900 than you may have thought. The newest model year of the popular crossover also has a new trim level features, paint scheme and more standard features.

Buyers will still have their pick of three trim levels (Base, Plus, and Exclaim) with alloy wheels now standard on all levels. Base models now come equipped with the Convenience Package add a 4.3-inch color touchscreen, SiriusXM®2 satellite radio, and integrated Rear Camera Display3.

In the Plus trim level, buyers can now get gloss black bumper “tusks,” fog lights and integrated Rear Camera Display3.

A new Designer Collection package, inspired by the SoulEV, gives another option- two tone paint color combinations: white with a red roof, or red with a black roof. In addition, the Designer Collection adds 18-inch alloy wheels with black spokes, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel and gearshift knob.

The Exclaim trim level now comes standard with leather-trimmed seats and the Premium Package, featuring the Forward Collision Warning System, Lane Departure Warning System, navigation4, an upgraded Infinity®5audio system, string-LED front speaker surround mood lighting, a panoramic sunroof, ventilated front driver and passenger seats, seat heaters for all four outboard positions, a 10-way power adjustable driver’s seat, a leather-wrapped and heated steering wheel, and a leather-wrapped gearshift knob.

The optional interior Umber Color Package, which is available with either the Shadow Black, Titanium, Fathom Blue or Cloud White exterior colors, now benefits from HID projector headlights for the 2016 model year. Also included with the option package is premium Nappa leather seating surfaces and door armrest accents.

image courtesy of Kia


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