"Introduced last fall, the 2015 Kia Soul EV makes an arguable case to go electric with good utility and the highest EPA-rated range among all EVs not named “Tesla.”
Like every car, the all-electric version of Kia’s second-generation Soul has its compromises though, and comes at an awkward time for EVs three years after Nissan’s Leaf and a couple other sub-$40,000 EVS have set expectations, and with next-generation models on the not-too-distant horizon." - HybridCars.com.
HybridCars.com's Jeff Cobb reviews the Kia Soul EV.
Both the video and the written review cover quite a few specs and some good-to-knows.
The Soul EV is very likable amongst auto reviewers. The video above supports that.
What's not to like? It comes practically loaded, is highly versatile and offers more than enough range for day-to-day driving.
Compared to all of the mid-range & mid-priced (sub-$40,000) EVs, where would you rank the Soul EV?
Kia Soul EV