The 2018 Kia Soul EV has arrived at Concord Kia and we’re excited to share all of the best features and options you’ll find in the innovate electric vehicle. There are a lot of questions regarding electric vehicles, but the question we get most is: ‘How far can I drive this before I have to recharge?’ Keep scrolling to find out the all-electric range of the 2018 Kia Soul EV, featuring more all-electric range than ever before!
2018 Kia Soul EV Range and Specs
With a new 2018 Kia Soul EV, drivers can expect an EPA-estimated total range of 111 miles* and a 124** city and 93** highway MPGe***. The 111-miles all-electric range is an 18-mile increase over the 2017 Soul EV.
The 2018 Soul EV is fitted with a 109-hp A/C Synchronous Permanent Magnet motor and a 30 kWh Lithium Ion polymer battery. The 30 kWh battery is bigger than the 2017 Soul EV’s 27 kWh battery.
The efficient Soul EV offers drivers impressive versatility thanks to 129.3 cubic feet of maximum cargo capacity, LED lighting, an integrated navigation system and more!
2018 Kia Soul EV Trim Levels
The 2018 Soul EV is available in three trim levels:
- Soul EV-e2 – Starting MSRP: $32,250
- Soul EV – Starting MSRP: $33,950
- Soul EV+ – Starting MSRP: $35,950
Each trim level offers drivers a unique set of standard and available features, options and packages. All models can be charged using either an AC charge port or a DC fast charge port.
2018 Kia Soul EV Concord CA
For more information regarding the 2018 Kia Soul, the Soul EV or any other model from Kia’s impressive lineup, please contact us or stop into Concord Kia to talk to a member of our knowledgeable team!
* EPA-estimated range when vehicle is fully charged. Actual range will vary based on driving habits, vehicle maintenance, charging practice, battery age, weather, temperature, and road/traffic conditions.
** Based on EPA estimates. Actual mileage will vary with options, driving conditions, driving habits and your vehicle’s condition.
*** EPA-estimated MPG equivalent when vehicle is fully charged. Actual MPGe will vary based on driving habits, vehicle maintenance, charging practice, battery age, weather, temperature, and road/traffic conditions.