Kia Soul EV Availability Will Expand to Four New States
Going green can be difficult sometimes, since many electric vehicles aren’t available in every state. In an effort to make it easier to be more eco-friendly, Kia is expanding the availability of the Soul EV.
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Four new states—New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Maryland—will offer the funky electric vehicle. Eight dealerships in New York, six dealerships in New Jersey, three dealerships in Maryland, and two Connecticut dealerships will be certified to sell and service the Soul EV, while also offering charging stations to EV owners.
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With the addition of these four states, the Soul EV is now sold in 10 states. Other states include Georgia, Texas, Oregon, Washington, Hawaii, and California. The Northeast will begin selling the 2016 Kia Soul EV in the fourth quarter. UVO EV Services are offered to owners for free, allowing them to access the location of charging stations throughout each state the vehicle is sold in.
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If you’re thinking of going green, then the Soul EV might be the right car for you. It offers a funky, unique look to those individuals that love going green, while also standing out from the crowd. The 2016 Soul EV is offered in two trim levels—Base and + (Plus)—with a starting MSRP of $33,950 (not including a federal tax rebate or $7,500). The Soul EV can also be leased for $249/month on the Base model.