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2014 Kia Soul Red Zone Special Edition Overview

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What’s New for the 2014 Kia Soul Red Zone Special Edition

The Kia Soul Red Zone is a special version of the 2014 Kia Soul, combining the typical Soul styling with the popular Track’ster concept car.

2014 Kia Soul Red Zone Special Edition Exterior

While the Soul is normally an eye-catching car with its unique (and surprising sexy) square body and sassy styling, the Red Zone edition enhances this one-of-a-kind character. This special edition takes the iconic shape of the 2014 Soul and adds some pizzazz, with a distinct front grille and prevalent red highlights trimming the Red Zone’s body, it’s hard to look away—not that you’ll want to.

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2014 Kia Soul Red Zone Special Edition Performance

For power, the Red Zone matches the Soul Plus with a 2.0-liter inline-4 producing 164 horsepower and 151 lb-ft of torque. The only available transmission is a 6-speed automatic with overdrive, which spends power to the front wheels.

2014 Kia Soul Red Zone Special Edition Efficiency

The EPA-estimated fuel economy for the Kia Soul Red Zone special edition comes in at the same as the Soul Plus with 26 mpg combined.

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2014 Kia Soul Red Zone Special Edition Interior

In the interior of the Red Zone, its unique splashes of red continue, featured in the stitching of the upholstery, along with accents throughout the cabin. These sexy additions add to the futuristic feel of the Soul’s interior, while the carpet mats and the Soul’s pedals add a touch of the Red Zone’s sporty flair. The cabin also offers a number of amenities, including an 8-inch screen helping you stay connected to Kia’s UVO eServices, a 350-watt Infinity Sound System, and a sound mood lamp located in the front door.

2014 Kia Soul Red Zone Special Edition Safety

There are multiple standard safety features in the Kia Soul Red Zone, including a four-wheel antilock braking system, stability and traction control, and multiple airbags.

  • Cars with this kind of design (Nissan Cube, Scion xB) are just too homely for me to consider. I understand that they are popular in Japan, but not very popular in the USA. There are plenty of space-efficient cars that aren’t ugly – including the Honda Fit, Nissan Versa Note, etc.