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2013 Kia Soul Plus 4-door 2.0l Like New 12198 Miles Loaded All Options on 2040-cars

US $14,500.00
Year:2013 Mileage:10100 Color: /INTERIOR SHADOW/BLK VIN KNDJT
Location:

Dewey, Arizona, United States

Dewey, Arizona, United States

2013 KIA SOUL + Plus MODEL/OPTION CODE: B2522/020 EXTERIOR/INTERIOR SHADOW/BLK VIN KNDJT2A63D7555709 ENGINE # G4NACH06 2.0L DOHC CVVT 4-Cylinder Engine 6-Speed Automatic Trans W/Active Eco System Electric Power Steering 16 Tires Dual Front Advanced Airbags Front Seat-Mounted Side Airbags Full-Length Side Curtain Airbags 3-Point Seatbelts for All Seating Positions Front Active Headrest Lower Anchors and Tethers for Children (LATCH) Anti-Lock Brake System ABS w/Brake Assist (BAS) Traction Control System (TCS) Electronic Stability Management (VSM) Hill-Start Assist Control (HAC) Audio Package (w/Auto-On/Off Headlights) UVO Powered by Microsoft Rear Camera Display Infinity Audio System Center Speaker Subwoofer External Amplifier Speaker Lamps Carped Floor Mats Cargo Net Cargo Cover EC Mirror w/Compass Mud Guards Wheel Locks VEHICLE OPTIONS: Front Wheel Drive Power Steering 4-Wheel Disc Brakes Aluminum Wheels Tires - Front Performance Tires - Rear Performance Fog Lamps Automatic Headlights Power Mirror(s) Privacy Glass Intermittent Wipers Variable Speed Intermittent Wipers AM/FM Stereo CD Player Premium Sound System MP3 Player USB And Auxiliary Audio Input Satellite Radio Sirius Bluetooth Connection Multi-Adjustable front seats 60-4- Split Folding Rear Seats Cloth Seats Bucket Seats Pass-Through Rear Seat Rear Bench Seat Floor Mats Cruise Control Adjustable Steering Wheel Steering Wheel Audio Controls Leather Steering Wheel & Gera Shift Knob Tilt & Telescopic Steering Column Trip Computer Metal Finish Interior Trim Dual 12V Power Outlets Single Luggage Outlet Center Console w/Armrest & Storage Bin Luggage Under Floor Tray Power Windows Power Door Locks Remote Keyless Entry A/C Rear Defrost Front Reading Lamps Power Outlet Driver Vanity Mirror Power Heated Outside Mirrors w/Turn Signal Indicators Passenger Vanity Mirror Traction Control Stability Control ABS Driver Air Bag Passenger Air Bag Passenger Air Bag Sensor Front Side Air Bag Front Head Air Bag Rear Head Air Bag Child Safety Locks Tire Pressure Monitor Buyer responsible for freight.

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Auto blog

2014 Kia Soul SUV Styling Pack adds some aggression

Wed, 11 Sep 2013 09:20:00 EST

Last month, Kia released a few photos of the European-market 2014 Soul ahead of its Frankfurt Motor Show reveal, and we happened to notice that the hamster box looked a bit different - a bit tougher. That's because Kia is adding an SUV Styling Pack to the car's options list, which includes the blacked-out lower fascias, wheel arches, side skirts and painted roof seen here.
At the time, we polled Autoblog readers if they thought bringing the optional visuals to SUV-happy North America was a good idea, and the voting split 70.3 percent in favor, 21.4 percent against, and 8.3 percent undecided.
At the present time, Kia representatives tell us that it has no plans to offer the SUV Styling Pack in our market, so you'll have to take a better look at it with our new gallery to decide whether its absence from North American order sheets is a tragedy or not.

2015 Sedona shows Kia hasn't given up on minivans

Thu, 17 Apr 2014 16:21:00 EST

Is it weird that one of the most exciting vehicles to arrive at the 2014 New York Auto Show is a minivan? Well, yeah, it's pretty odd. Still, with the design direction from Peter Schreyer, not to mention Kia's traditionally aggressive pricing, excellent warranty and solid list of high-end equipment, the new, 2015 Sedona could end up being a big winner for the Korean brand.
The design, which shares a lot of the styling that's been instigated by Schreyer since he joined Kia, looks just as good when shaped like a minivan. The grille and headlights clearly tie the Sedona to the likes of the Cadenza and K900, while features like its higher beltline and simple-but-stylish back end should do well with minivan buyers.
At first glance we aren't too enthused by the interior on the largest Kia, however. The dash looks rather plasticky, although the color scheme at work is pretty attractive. Of course, we'll need to get the big van out from under the auto show lights to render a final judgment on the cabin materials. On the space and versatility fronts, though, the Sedona looks like a winner. It will be available in either seven- or eight-passenger configurations, while the Captain's chairs on the seven-seat layout offer an ottoman that should make it even easier for the kids to fall asleep on family road trips.

Superman-themed Kia Optima Hybrid definitely not faster than a speeding bullet

Thu, 07 Feb 2013 08:43:00 EST

The Justice League of America's garage is filling up quickly, with Kia and DC Entertainment unveiling its sixth of eight super hero-inspired vehicles at the Chicago Auto Show today. The vehicles are being used to raise awareness for DC Entertainment's "We Can Be Heroes" giving campaign.
The latest Kia to get the super hero treatment is the Optima Hybrid, which draws on the almighty Superman for inspiration. We're not sure what to make of this thing, honestly, as neither Clark Kent nor Kal-El would be caught dead in it (unless it's got the optional Kryptonite seatbelts, of course). Rather, this looks like what we imagine a Superman fanboy would construct if given carte blanche to ruin an Optima Hybrid. The actual design and construction were handled jointly by Kia, DC Entertainment and Super Street magazine.
We'll let the pictures do the talking in terms of what modifications were made since they're all cosmetic. That is, no mechanical mods were done to make the Kia Optima either faster than a speeding bullet or more powerful than a locomotive (shame).