When you are in the market for a fuel efficient vehicle, but you want more versatility than a sedan has to offer, the hatchbacks and crossover SUVs are a great place to start. The 2016 Kia Soul has a unique appearance and a modern design that makes it one of the most recognizable vehicles in the automotive marketplace. Today we are comparing it to the 2016 Honda Fit to show the differences and highlights of these two competitive options.
Starting with what they have in common, it's easy to see why so many US drivers are choosing the Honda Fit and the Kia Soul. Both vehicles offer small four-cylinder engines that are capable of putting out 130 horsepower. While this means these vehicles aren't the best option for towing or a heavy payload, they make excellent city cars and have the right amount of power to make for a fun driving experience. Both vehicles have a similar MSRP and offer higher trim levels with advanced technology options, but the taller size and more spacious interior of the 2016 Kia Soul makes it the more versatile option when it comes to cargo and passengers.
Taking a step back to notice the differences, the Kia Soul has advantages that run more than skin deep. The obvious difference in style makes the more traditional hatchback, the 2016 Honda Fit, less eye-catching and modern. The boxy shape of the 2016 Kia Soul lends itself to city driving, and is a great option for tall drivers and passengers. Extra cargo and passengers space inside the 2016 Kia Soul is met by a 6-speaker audio system and 16 inch silver aluminum wheels that add a luxurious appearance and feel to the Kia Soul experience.
If you are interested in taking the 2016 Kia Soul for a test drive, give us a call or scheudle your appointment online. Our friendly and professional team are always happy to answer any questions you have regarding our large inventory or the quick and easy financing process we have at Palmen Kia of Kenosha.