Efficiency and fuel economy are two very important factors in the vehicle purchasing process these days. So many different vehicles are offered today with the fuel efficiency ratings to please the average driver, but few offer the classy and unique styling of the 2015 Kia Soul. Today, we are comparing the 2015 Kia Soul vs 2015 Honda Fit to help car shoppers decide which vehicle fits their needs and preferences, and to highlights the benefits and differences between the two.
Beginning with the exterior of the Kia Soul and the Honda Fit, there are very obvious differences. The Kia Soul features a more boxy and SUV-like shape that ultimately gives the rear passengers more space by their heads, and adds to the versatility and amount of cargo space. The Honda Fit has a more streamlined and almond-shaped exterior that takes advantage of aerodynamics to add to it’s fuel economy rating. The more unique exterior of the 2015 Kia Soul is complemented by the 1.6-liter I-4 engine under the hood which puts out an impressive 130 horsepower and offers excellent fuel efficiency. The Honda Fit, which has a slightly smaller engine, costs a little more, and offers a smaller amount of cargo space, get a slightly higher fuel efficiency rating to make up for the other areas where it lacks in versatility. While the Kia Soul would make an excellent choice for the daily driver or a small family, the Honda Fit might be a little too compact to be more than a commuter or city driving vehicle.
Which Vehicle is Right For You?
The interior of both of those affordable gas-savers is full of features and benefits that make driving a new vehicle an exciting experience. Starting with the new technology, both the Honda Fit and the Kia Soul come prepared to handle MP3s and offer an auxiliary input jack for media player use. The six-speaker audio system in the Kia gives a more full and enveloping media experience, while also offering Bluetooth capability for a truly cordless music or media session. High quality cloth seating in both vehicles offers seats for up to five adults. The 2015 Kia Soul is praised for a spacious second-row, while the Honda Fit can feel cramped. Two power outlets offered in the cabin of both the Kia Soul and Honda fit allow for easy charging of mobile devices while on the road. In any situation, there are more benefits offered in the less expensive and more spacious Kia Soul, than in the Honda Fit.
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