The 2016 Kia Soul has arrived in United States with a series of modest updates. It now comes as standard with alloy wheels and if you go for the Base version with the Convenience Package you’ll also receive a 4.3-inch touchscreen, SiriusXM satellite radio and a built-in rearview camera. As for the mid-range Plus model, this one receives additional equipment as standard such as fog lights, rearview camera and glossy black bumper “tusks”. Those looking to further customize their cars can choose the Designer Collection package which will bring 18-inch wheels with black spokes, a two-tone body paint and leather-wrapped gear knob and steering wheel.
The 2016 Kia Soul Exclaim benefits from leather-trimmed seats and can be specified with an optional Premium Package featuring two safety systems that have never been available on the model before: Lane Departure Warning and Forward Collision Warning. This package also has LED mood lighting, better Infiniti audio system, navigation, panoramic sunroof, ventilated front seats, as well as heated front and rear seats.
Kia is also offering an Umber Color Package in Fathom Blue, Titanium, Cloud White and Shadow Black which now comes with HID projector headlights while inside there are Nappa leather surfaces as well as door armrest accents.