By Matt Schmitz on October 8, 2013
With an effective, if overdue, redesign, Kia has, if you will, saved its Soul. Cars.com reviewer Kristin Varela wasn't exactly in love with the previous generation, but improvements to the 2014 Kia Soul have addressed many of its shortcomings, smoothing out a once-harsh ride, tastefully updating the interior and offering impressive features. The youth-marketed hatchback, Varela says, has grown up a bit without losing its offbeat attitude. Read the review below and decide if you could give your heart to the Soul.
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