If you are on a budget the Kia Soul is worth a look, though the road tax is pretty high. There is an all-electric version coming soon if running costs are an issue.
If you’re looking for a compact family motor which wont break the bank, the Kia Soul could be worth considering.
The 2014 Kia Souls boxy exterior, roomy cabin and a decent-sized boot, which has been increased by 14 litres to 354 litres compared to its predecessor, will all appeal to families looking for a car which fits a lot of space into a small footprint.
The Start comes with a petrol engine only, a DAB radio and air-conditioning, as well as 16-inch steel wheels, but the trim isnt as slick as those offered by its pricier counterparts.
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