Travel Treks: The 2014 Kia Soul+

Travel Treks: The 2014 Kia Soul+

Posted by on May 12, 2014 in Tech

Travel Treks: The 2014 Kia Soul+
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Whilst in Atlanta, Georgia a few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of driving the 2014 Kia Soul+ When in a new city, it is always fun when you are able to go out on your own and see the sights without having to rely on a cab. The Kia Soul+ was the perfect vehicle to take in the sights and sounds of Atlanta while making a pretty fab statement.

This four-door hatchback is like driving around in your living room. It is made to seat everyone comfortably while giving you some of the pleasures of home. Heated and cooled seats, Infinity speakers (that light up according to the mood or the music playing), plugs for your smartphones and devices in the front and rear of the car, panoramic sunroof, and so much more. It packs a lot in it, and yet it’s affordable too.

2014 Kia Soul+

Last year, Raijean and I drove the 2013 Kia Soul which was also well-appointed, but the 2014 Kia Soul+ takes the cake. There isn’t much not to love about the car. The only thing I found as a negative was a lack of trunk space. The backseats do fold down, though, to give you more room if needed.

As with all Kia’s, the 2014 Kia Soul+ comes with the UVO Infotainment System that allows you to be “plugged-in” to the Internet digitally while driving.

I would definitely recommend this car as a perfect vehicle to drive around a new city and explore.

For a full review, photos, and specs of the 2014 Kia Soul+, click here to read on The Cubicle Chick.

Gotta love a car with some soul! 🙂

Disclosure: This vehicle was loaned to me in exchange for my social influence and honest review. The opinions expressed belong to me and are not indicative of the companies or brands mentioned.

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