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Test Drive: 6 Things To Know About the 2014 Kia Soul

It's an extremely comfortable ride.

One of the biggest things Kia keyed in on was the suspension in the Soul. Although the cars still has Macpherson struts in the front and a torsion beam for the rear, the car now has twin-tube shocks, bigger dampers, bigger bushings, and a front stablizer bar. A new steering box has also been added, along with a 28.7 percent stiffer frame. This all means that bumps matter less, turns are more responsive, and high-speeds are less noticeable (80 mph felt great).

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