5 things you should know about the 2017 Kia Soul Turbo
The changes to the updated 2017 Kia Soul aren't apparent at curbside, but there's a big boost happening under the skin.
Here are five things you should know.
The top trim Soul Exclaim now features a 1.6 liter turbo-charged engine, boasting 201 horsepower That is forty more ponies than the old two litre option, which is still available as a mid tier upgrade option.
The turbo charged model features a new seven speed dual-clutch automatic transmission that is more gears with more direct connection to the front drive wheels than the six speed torque converter.
At twenty eight combined MPG or twenty six city and thirty one highway the most powerful soul is also the most Fuel efficient, edging out the base 1.6 liter and mid tier 2 liter naturally [UNKNOWN] engine options.
The rest of the changes to the Soul Turbo are cosmetic.
An aggressive front bumper, unique wheels and red lettered Soul badge are the only differences outside of the engine room.
There's not even a turbo badge any Anyway the soul feature the same great you both recheck in a desk for featuring Android auto and apple carplay however it's got the same Achilles heel is before the USB port used for connecting your smartphone does it provide enough power to actually charge a phone while using angel [UNKNOWN] auto.
So I did longer trips with less phone charge than when I started.
So there are five things you should know about the new 2017 Kia Soul Turbo.
Find out even more in our full review over on the RoadShow.com..
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