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2011 Kia Soul

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2011 Kia Soul
Options:PDL, PW, SR, CD, CC, ABS
Engine:4 Cyl.
Exterior Color:Titanium
Interior Color:N/A

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BLOW OUT SALE CUSTOM GRAFX.. A NEW WAY TO ROLL…….I LOVE THIS CAR!! 10-year/100,000-Mile Powertrain WARRANTY 5-year/60,000-mile Basic WARRANTY 5-year/100,000-mile Anti-perforation(rust) WARRANTY 5-year/60,000-mile 24-hour roadside assistance We have Title in hand Loan or lien reported paid off. All Major components of the vehicle have been serviced and are in good working order. 2011. with ONLY 28249 miles! . Titanium Exterior and . Sand Black Interior. Call Cape Cod Car (508-240-1172), specializing in Quality pre owned BMW, Volvo, Audi, KIA,Mercedes Benz, Jaguar,Jeep, Land Rover, Lexus, Saab and Cadillac in New England, for the best choice in quality pre owned cars.We offer the finest used cars in New England.whatever your used car needs are our cape cod pre owned dealership provides cars that are among the most affordable and reliable used cars on cape cod. Cape cape cod car today. I hand pick my cars, I'm proud of them, and I want you to be happy! Celebrating my 27th year I'm always here for you after the sale! For a small car—especially one with such a low price—the 2011 Kia Soul comes with a very extensive (and complete) set of safety equipment. Front side and side-curtain airbags are included, along with four-wheel anti-lock disc brakes and electronic stability control. The front seats also have active head restraints, which help curb whiplash. It's received excellent safety ratings from both major agencies as well. The 2011 Kia Soul has brought an entirely new attitude to the small-car class—and its design nearly outsmarts the bricklike Scion xB and the oddity that is the Nissan Cube. While once upon a time, Kia's products were derivative, the Soul is now the one likely to be copied; it's a trendsetting, stylish fou-door wagon with a sharp, roomy, and well-fitted cabin, as well as a comprehensive list of safety and fun features. The 2011 Soul is a fun take on the now-popular "urban wagon" theme; it wins on styling, hands-down. The reverse boomerang of the rear end reminds some of the In-N-Out burger logo; to others, it's simply a crisp, rakish shape with a little bit of busy detailing up front. The front wears the new Kia corporate grille and friendly-feeling headlamps; the rear is less tidy, but the square, tall taillamps frame a light and lofty hatchback that's nearly vertical—a nice punctuation to the Soul's casual leaning stance. Inside, the Soul isn't nearly as groundbreaking. It's a refined blend of round shapes and embossed plastics—a slightly hipper version of the small-car standard, but not stooping to novelty like a VW Beetle—and a variety of colors and textures if you like, from red plastic covering the dash to houndstooth-check material swathing the seats. This Soul sports a four-cylinder engine with 2.0 liters of displacement, 142 horsepower, and 137 pound-feet of torque. The powertrain is stuff of dreams, it manages to propel the 2,800-pound Soul quickly enough, thanks to well-chosen gear ratios—even if having four speeds means they're really far apart. All Souls ride atop a conventional MacPherson strut front and torsion-beam rear suspension, and they have four-wheel disc brakes. 16-inch wheels. The boxy exterior of the 2011 Kia Soul promises a versatile, roomy, almost van-like interior, and it delivers on that promise—with interior space for five (or four adults) or, with the back seats folded forward, some very impressive cargo space. In front, the driver sits quite upright, and finds easy-to-use controls at hand and cheery gauges framed by the steering wheel—which is not the case with the Scion, for example. Knee and legroom are good, seat comfort is good, and headroom is great—even in the backseat, where the middle passenger may be compressed for shoulder room. The second-row seats fold forward to boost cargo area over 53 cubic feet, and the cargo floor lifts to expose more storage area; an optional compressed-foam cargo organizer also fits in there. The Soul also has a two-tier glove box capable of holding a 15-inch laptop, a center console, an iPod-sized bin atop its center stack, and lots of cup holders. Dimensionally it checks in at 161.6 inches overall, 70.3 inches wide, 63.4 inches high, and it has a 100.4-inch wheelbase. The combination of cavernous cargo capacity, and simple switchgear with a satisfying, quality feel, to help the Soul feel even better than the sum of its parts. The awesome-sounding sound system and well-integrated Bluetooth add to that impression.