The 2010 UK Kia Soul Echo comes available in two color schemes: Clear White or Quartz Black metallic.
The white model rides on 18-inch alloy wheels and features black high-gloss door mirrors and a corresponding black sports stripe, while the black one sits on the same 18" alloy wheels, but the door mirrors and the sports stripe are all in white color.
Inside, the Echo in finished in black leather and high-gloss black dashboard fascia complete the exterior look.
The car comes with a choice of 2 engines: 1.6-litre petrol or 1.6-litre CRDi diesel.
Kia's stylish urban crossover, Soul, has had a dose of luxury added with the arrival of the new Soul Echo. Echo is the latest bold addition to the Soul 'Originals' line-up - a collection of distinctive versions each with their own distinct personality - following on from other 'Originals' such as the Burner, Shaker and Samba.
Echo is available in a choice of two striking colours - Clear White or Quartz Black metallic - and both come with contrasting features that make them the mirror image of each other. The white Echo features stylish black 18-inch alloy wheels, black high-gloss door mirrors and a corresponding black sports stripe. The black Echo features white 18" alloy wheels, white high-gloss door mirrors and a sports stripe in white.
Soul Echo is laden with luxurious features usually associated with more expensive machinery. Inside, a full black leather interior and high-gloss black dashboard fascia continue the external monochrome look whilst an uprated sound system (with subwoofer), Bluetooth and iPod connectivity and reversing sensors ensure the Echo has plenty to keep everyone on board satisfied at all times. Air conditioning and privacy glass keep passengers and their belongings cool and shielded from prying eyes.
On the move, Soul Echo is powered by a choice of 1.6-litre petrol or 1.6-litre CRDi diesel engines and its occupants are protected by a host of safety features including six airbags, Electronic Stability Control (ESC), Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD), Traction Control (TC) and a five-star Euro NCAP rating. The Soul Echo is available from just £13,995 OTR.
Soul Echo also benefits from some minor revisions being made to the entire Soul line-up: A trip computer, Emergency Stop Signal (which flashes the hazard warning lights under heavy braking), 'pull' style exterior door handles and illuminated electric window buttons are now standard on all Soul versions. Bluetooth connectivity is standard from the '2' version and above. Finally, Soul Shaker, previously only available in Vanilla, is now available in Chocolate Brown metallic and comes with fully colour-coded bumpers.
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