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The Kia Soul is a strong contender in the subcompact crossover SUV market regularly selling over 200,000 examples each year.
Launched in 2008, the car used the same chassis that you can find underneath the Hyundai i20 and the Kia Venga, both hatchbacks.
It went through a redesign as it entered its second generation in the 2014 model year but continued to share its chassis with the i20.
In 2019 the world was presented with the third-generation model which was based on a much stiffer platform shared with Hyundai Kona and designed specifically for subcompact crossovers.
It appeals to many different regions of the world and demographics thanks to its lightweight constructions and all-around capabilities.
It isn't designed to go off-road but it can get to some places that normal road-going cars can't due to its slightly higher ground clearance.
Inside the car, it's surprisingly roomy due to its tall layout and the 5-doors give great access to the seats that can be laid flat for additional cargo space.
A four-wheel-drive option was never added to the car although it did make an appearance on a concept car in 2012.
Safety ratings from Euro NCAP show that the first-generation Soul was fantastic, it scored 5 out of 5 stars straight away although in the second generation it lost a star.
The Kia Soul falls back on pedestrian and safety aid tests in the current version slightly due to the lack of electronic driver aids that are becoming commonplace nowadays.