2009 Kia Soul


Looks like the production of the Soul will look really modern.
More so than the Scion.
Now that the Toyota division isn’t doing well at all, maybe it’s time for Kia to take the market with an even cheaper and cooler looking small car.
Good luck to them.

Conversation 7 comments

  1. toyota is that company you love to hate because of all the environmental damage thay cause, but pretend to be green. Kia and Nissan to name 2 do a much better job at being environmentally responsible. this kia and the new nissan cube that we will see at the NY show will help beat the pulp out of toyota scion, GREAT!

  2. toyota is that company you love to hate because of all the environmental damage thay cause, but pretend to be green. Kia and Nissan to name 2 do a much better job at being environmentally responsible. this kia and the new nissan cube that we will see at the NY show will help beat the pulp out of toyota scion, GREAT!

  3. Brown, do you have any links regarding you recent comments about the Cube being at the show? I would love to see what it feels like if it is the new version.
    I had sat in a Cube in Chiba, Japan about a few years ago and felt the bench seats were as hard as a rock
    even though they felt plush as the surface.
    Yes, the Kia looks interesting and probably even sack
    Element sales until the new Honda CrossRoads makes it here.

  4. GM and Ford pretend to be just as green.

    Anyway, this Kia is rather odd looking, but bring on new ideas in expression in design. The automotive world needs them.

  5. Yes, the “king” told me, you know, Nissan Spyking. If you have been following his comments, this guy is the real deal, everything is, as he commonly says, “100%” accurate!

  6. “Now that the Toyota division isn’t doing well at all,”

    The xB has had double dgit growth the past 4 months, the xD is now selling at the same level as the old xA. Only the tC, in its 4th year, is selling poorly, and as you know is due for a replacement shortly. There is nothing wrong with Scion.

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