Kia Soul Tempest gets a range of special features
3 November 2009

Kia has launched a new special edition of the Soul, the Tempest.

The Kia Soul Tempest is part of the range’s Originals collection, which produces limited edition models of the hatchback. It replaces the outgoing Samba model.

Extra features over a standard Soul included on the Tempest include Titanium Silver metallic paint, black gloss bumper inserts and door mirrors, and 18-inch alloy wheels.

Inside it gets what Kia calls the ‘Soul-Shine’ - black seat trim with a metallic finish on the centre console and chrome accents on the instrument clusters and dashboard.

Other features include a reversing camera and an upgraded audio system which features a dash-top centre speaker, external amplifier and rear sub-woofer.

The Tempest is available in with a choice of 1.6-litre petrol and diesel engines. The Kia Soul Tempest costs from £12,845 and is on sale now.

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3 November 2009

Not so long ago I thought all Kias were crap. That seems to be changing fast. Cant knock em for trying something different.

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