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2018 Kia Soul EV is no longer being sold as new.

2018 Kia Soul EV

MPG

City 124 MPG Hwy 93 MPG

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Overall Rating:
5 (out of 5)
Value 4.9
Exterior 4.9
Interior 4.9
Comfort 5
Performance 4.9
Reliability 4.9
*****
Everyday I'm Shufflen

by Wendi from GUYTON | December 13, 2018

I love my KIA Soul EV , this is my 3rd KIA vehicle and I kinda feel bad for saying this is my favorite. I have loved each of them. Each KIA vehicle has a personality of it's own, I Highly suggest to go test drive each or the type you are interested in, then decide what is your favorite, and go for it. You will not go wrong owning a KIA. KIA of Savannah is wonderful.

*****
I LOVE it and want to own it!

by raysam | August 22, 2018

I love this car so much that I am looking to buy it. I couldn't believe how smooth and quiet it was driving it. The interior was luxurious for the base model in my opinion compared to other cars based model. I think it's a bit highly priced, but when compared with what it offers and other Electric cars, it actually is good enough.

*****
I Absolutely Love my Kia Soul EV!

by I Love my Kia E V from Long Beach NY | July 20, 2018

This is my first electric car and I love it! I plug it in when I get home into a regular 110 outlet. I have had it charge up to 150 miles. This varies, what I have been told is it depends on the temperature. If it is too cold or too hot the charge is lower. In the winter no less than 112, in the summer typically 127 or more. I drive it in B as opposed to D which makes it more energy efficient. It is peppy, fun to drive! The base model has heated seats and steering wheel and a back up camera. The seats are really comfortable and there's so much room. I leased the car and got a fantastic deal! I highly recommend this car! Love, love, love it!!!

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2018 Kia Soul EV Overview

The 2018 Kia Soul EV is the all-electric powered version of the subcompact Soul SUV. It is powered by a 109-hp electric motor mated to a single-speed automatic transmission. It has an EPA-estimated pure electric range of 111 miles. The 30-kWh lithium-ion battery can be charged from two different ports: the SAE J1772 for 110v and 240v charging and the CHAdeMO port for 480v charging. Maximum cargo capacity is 49.5 cubic feet with the rear seat folded down.