What are the interior color options for the 2018 Kia Soul?
The interior of a car is important. After all, it’s where you’ll be spending most of your time with the car. The Kia Soul already has an attractive exterior, and with an array of interior options, the interior is just as exciting. What are the interior color options for the 2018 Kia Soul? We have your answers.
Kia Soul cloth options
The Kia Soul is a very affordable car, so you would expect to have a cloth interior on the base model, but this isn’t just any cloth, this is tricot cloth. Tricot cloth has a finer feel than regular cloth seats, and they are more resilient too!
The base model Soul gets a total of two tricot option with the customary black and a beautiful two-tone gray. The Soul Plus gets a woven cloth that’s also available in the same two colors but has a more stylish pattern.
Does the Kia Soul have leather?
The Kia Soul doesn’t skimp on the options. In fact, not only is leather available, but with certain exterior colors and package configurations, the Soul Plus is available with a two-tone gray leather.
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If you bump yourself up to the top Soul Exclaim trim, then you get the comfort of standard black leather.
Does the Kia Soul have heated seats?
Though the Kia Soul doesn’t come with heated seats standard at any trim level, it does have them as an optional add on at the Soul Plus and the Soul Exclaim trim levels. Not only can you get heated front seats at these trim levels, but you can also get heated outboard rear seats as well.
Interestingly enough, you can also get ventilated seats. These are seats that blow cool air through them to cool themselves down on a hot summer day. This option is only available on the Soul Plus when you opt for the gray two-tone leather seats.
Does the Kia Soul come with second-row fold flat seats?
The second-row seat in a Kia Soul is nice for passengers, but what about when you want to load some cargo in the back. Then you can conveniently fold that second-row seat down. Not only is this a standard feature on all Kia Soul trim levels, but it’s also standard with a 60/40 split so you can configure it a number of ways!