Kia donates a distinctive vanilla-cream Soul to Sussex Police
15 July 2009

A Kia dealership has donated a distinctive new Soul to Sussex Police.

The Kia Soul Shaker will be used by Horsham South’s community police team to patrol the streets and help with general policing duties.

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The vanilla-cream Soul has 18-inch alloy wheels, privacy glass and an LCD display rear-view mirror for reverse parking assistance. Kia will replace the car after six months with a newer model.

“The car is as highly visible as we are," said PCSO Charlotte Whittaker. "We were delighted to have been given a car, but to have one that turns heads as swiftly as this one does only helps us become more visible to the public.”

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