Details on the 2016 Kia Soul Whole Shabang package…
At first glance, you might not think that the Track’ster concept shown off by Kia at the Chicago Auto Show would have anything in common with the new Kia Soul, but look a little closer and the likenesses are there.
The biggest likenesses are in the front and back, starting with the upper grille being more in line with the headlights.
The lights round back, as well as the floating body colored panel on the Soul are just like the Track’ster.
The all-new Kia Soul is still out on its own in many ways, though. There are three models to choose from – Base, Plus, and Exclaim – all of which are great in their own way.
The top of the line Exclaim may be more along the concept route, though, in what it has to offer. A great 2.0-liter engine that delivers 164 horsepower and 151 lb/ft of torque, whilst still managing to deliver an EPA fuel rating of 26 MPG combined.
There are plenty of upgrades to be found in the new model, including a vastly improved interior and ride quality.
The latter comes courtesy of the FlexSAteer system, while the interior benefits from soft touch materials throughout.
There is plenty of technology to be found, such as satellite radio, Bluetooth and iPod connectivity to name a few.
The Soul Whole Shabang package cost
If you want more out of your Kia Soul and want to get the features up to a level like those shown off in the Track’ster, you would be well advised to pay $2,500 for the Whole Shebang package where all your luxury needs will be met.
The “Whole Shabang” package adds heated and ventilated front seats, heated rear-outboard seats, leather seats and push-button start with proximity key!
List of exclusive features
– ventilated (driver and passenger) seats (a premium feature that you can not find in many compact cars!)
– leather trim seats
– heated front seats and heated rear outboard seats
– heated steering wheel (another compact car exclusive luxury feature!)
– push-button start with Smart key
– LED positioning lights
– HID low-beam headlights with auto leveling
– “supervison” cluster with 4.3-inch TFT color LCD display