The 2019 Kia Soul cruises into the latest model year with all its charm intact, with its sole glaring fault still on the order sheet.
The 2019 Soul, Soul Plus, and Soul Exclaim continue to dole out impeccably youthful style, decent economy-car bona fides, and excellent interior space, not to mention a strong warranty.
What the Soul still doesn’t offer is automatic emergency braking on any model other than the mid-range, middling-aspiration Soul Plus.
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