Find the 2015 Kia Soul Owners Manual below. The 2015 Kia Soul Manual is not your regular small hatchback. It has a distinctly box-like exterior that provides extra space for both riders and cargo.
The Kia Soul is a fair choice for an economy five-door hatchback. Additionally, the car scores brownie points for its boxy-built, fancy styling, and rich functionality. With the 2015 Soul, Kia has improved its handling while adding a host of newly available features to make it even better.
Also, the high-grade steel used in its body lends it a sturdy and safe appeal. The taillights on the rear contrast with the bug-eyed lights in the front to style the exteriors.
Moving inside this passenger wagon, we are pleasantly surprised by dual-density foams and extra-soft premium materials. The interior design is strikingly trendy. Our legs don’t complain either for lack of room. However, fitting three adults on the rear seats is a struggle. Finally, the shimmering mood lighting with the many installed LEDs is a sheer joy!
The 2015 Kia Soul Owners Manual is a safe car. Many agencies have certified with high-safety ratings. And for good reasons too. The Soul has dual front airbags, seat-mounted bags, and full-length curtain bags on each side to absorb any collision shock from all sides. A unique safety feature is the disc brakes on all the wheels. Such a design choice is rare in small hatchbacks, and the Soul gets a big safety boost because of it.
2015 Kia Soul Manual Features & Reviews
In terms of fun, the Kia Soul is right up there with the best. The UVO eServices Infotainment system is incredible in terms of its features and performance. The base engine is a 1.6-liter 130 hp 4-cylinder that just about gets the job done. It would suit those who specifically want manual transmission (available only with the base engine).
However, we recommend you go for the upgraded 2.0-liter 164 hp 4-cylinder with direct injection. The more powerful engine is available in the higher trims but can only be fitted with a 6-speed automatic. While it won’t make the Soul a race car by any means, the upgrade would pack enough sportiness to let you enjoy your drive more. Another factor that adds to the driving comfort is the sturdy high-grade steel body of the 2015 Kia Soul Owners Manual.
The electric steering system does an excellent job of relaying back solid feedback. Kia has provided three modes for the steering – comfort, normal, and sport. However, we hardly noticed any difference with any of these.
The Kia Soul comes in three trim levels. The Kia Soul Base has the standard 1.6-liter engine with optional automatic transmission. You can upgrade to the 2.0-liter direct injection engine with the Kia Soul Plus. Finally, Kia Soul Exclaim is the highest trim with a rich set of features such as 18-inch alloys, fog lamps, and a power-adjust driver’s seat.
For a small economy hatchback, the 2015 Kia Soul Owners Manual kicks way above its weight. Some of its components even compare with luxury brands (for instance, the Linux-based infotainment system). It is a good option for buyers in this segment.