|2016 Kia Soul||2016 Honda Fit|
164-hp, 2.0-liter I4130-hp, 1.6-liter I4
|Engine Option(s)||130-hp, 1.5-liter I4|
|101 cubic-feet||Passenger Volume||95.7 cubic-feet|
|39.6 / 39.5 inches||Headroom (Front / Rear)||39.5 / 37.5 inches|
2016 Kia Soul vs 2016 Honda Fit
When it comes to vehicles here on our Carolina Kia lot, there aren’t many we like talking to customers about more than the Kia Soul. This fun, sporty, efficient compact car has been booming in popularity in recent years and we don’t know which aspect is contributing to this most. Its great engines? Its unique design? Its available technology? All we know is that this car has been doing very well. But how well has it done compared to some of the vehicles in its category? We investigate with our latest 2016 Kia Soul vs 2016 Honda Fit comparison.
One of the areas that we usually start at when talking about the 2016 Kia Soul is its unique shape, but as you can see the 2016 Honda Fit also doesn’t have the normal look or feel of a compact car. However, while both of these cars are uniquely configured, the Soul still greatly out distances itself from the Fit in terms of passenger space. It offers more room for all five passengers, and also offers more cargo space in the rear. For someone looking for a comfortable and relaxing interior, the 2016 Kia Soul takes the cake.
Plenty of Great Features and Amenities Available in the 2016 Kia Soul
One of the main reasons why the 2016 Kia Soul has been winning awards and accolades is because of all the great technology that is available inside of it. While the 2016 Honda Fit certainly has some enjoyable features, it pales in comparison to the Soul’s available UVO eServices infotainment system, Infinity Audio System, and Voice-Command Navigation.
And while both of these vehicles are compact cars, there are plenty of features that will help you relax in the 2016 Kia Soul. The vehicle is available with leather or Nappa leather seats, as well as a 10-way power-adjustable driver’s seat, heated seats, a leather wrapped steering wheel, and a soft touch dash panel.
If you would like to learn more about the 2016 Kia Soul vs 2016 Honda Fit, please contact a Carolina Kia sales professional today.