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Kia soul 2011 Manual transmission iri kwisoko kuri makeya
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its called Kia soul 2011 Manual transmission iri kwisoko kuri makeya its Yom:2011 Body type: Berline Transmission : Manual 5speed gear Fueling: Gasoline (Essance) Seat capacity:5 Air-conditioning Keyless entry Condition:Used(Excellent Condition) Digital Radio & clock Rear parking sensors New imported from Korea Condition:Used Electric window Electric side mirror Engine:1.6L and The 2011 Kia Soul is fashion-forward and fun-to-drive—and unlike most of its urban-wagon rivals, it's just as practical as it looks. The 2011 Kia Soul has brought an entirely new attitude to the small-car class—and its design nearly outsmarts the bricklike Scion xB and the oddity that is the Nissan Cube. While once upon a time, Kia's products were derivative, the Soul is now the one likely to be copied; it's a trendsetting, stylish fou-door wagon with a sharp, roomy, and well-fitted cabin, as well as a comprehensive list of safety and fun features. The 2011 Soul is a fun take on the now-popular "urban wagon" theme; it wins on styling, hands-down. The reverse boomerang of the rear end reminds some of the In-N-Out burger logo; to others, it's simply a crisp, rakish shape with a little bit of busy detailing up front. The front wears the new Kia corporate grille and friendly-feeling headlamps; the rear is less tidy, but the square, tall taillamps frame a light and lofty hatchback that's nearly vertical—a nice punctuation to the Soul's casual leaning stance. Inside, the Soul isn't nearly as groundbreaking. It's a refined blend of round shapes and embossed plastics—a slightly hipper version of the small-car standard, but not stooping to novelty like a VW Beetle—and a variety of colors and textures if you like, from red plastic covering the dash to houndstooth-check material swathing the seats. You have a choice between two different engines, either with automatic or manual transmissions, in the 2011 Kia Soul. Most Soul wagons will sport a four-cylinder engine with 2.0 liters of displacement, 142 horsepower, and 137 pound-feet of torque; but there's also a 1.6-liter four-cylinder making 122 horsepower and 115 pound-feet of torque. Either way, the powertrain is hardly the stuff of dreams, but it manages to propel the 2,800-pound Soul quickly enough, thanks to well-chosen gear ratios—even if having four speeds means they're really far apart. All Souls ride atop a conventional MacPherson strut front and torsion-beam rear suspension, and they have four-wheel disc brakes. Base and mid-line Souls wear 15- and 16-inch wheels. The Soul Sport leads the performance pack with 18-inch wheels and different suspension tuning. Across the board, handling is as tidy as any compact's, though most testers find that the 18-inch wheels on the Sport make the ride less comfortable on city streets.

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