2012 Kia Soul hatchback has been a subtle smooth reform and a significant number of mechanical changes, bringing it in line with the compan ‘s latest offerings.
The soul’s style updates are limited, winning new mirrors, a slightly redesigned hood, headlights projector new LED daytime running lights and fog lights in front fenders greater.
At the rear, the elegant and light fills the new LED flashlight original box, bringing a hint of Nissan X-Trail the soul ‘s rear end.
There’s also a revised rear bumper with spotlights broader audience in a black band most prominent feature. The updates are still in the cabin, the Soul win an aesthetic upgrade to the gearbox.
He also leads Kia’s infotainment UVO and communication system. Models equipped with the Premium Package gains navigation, heated front seats, climate control, leather and auto.
Australian specifications are yet to be revealed, however, is not yet clear whether the system UVO and Premium package will be offered on site.
Important updates for the 2012 Soul are found under the skin, with Kia’s new direct injection engine 9kW 100kW 1.6-liter petrol to increase the current model.
Fuel consumption is rated at 8.4 l/100 km city and 6.9 l/100 km on the road. The most powerful 120kW 2.0-liter engine is also offered in the U.S., but as with previous Kia models, this specification is unlikely to beat Australia.
New transmissions are also featured, with six-speed manual and automatic transmissions replacing the old five-speed manual and four-speed automatic unit. Expect them in Australia.