In 2019, Kia debuted the latest edition of the Soul electric model. At the time, the Kia e-Soul started at 33,900 euros and gradually increased to around 40,200 euros. With the retirement of the prior basic model, the price of the Kia e-Soul electric car has now risen dramatically.
Until recently, the South Korean company offered the 4.2-meter-long e-Soul as an electric vehicle with a 39 kWh battery pack and 100 kW (136 horsepower) or a 64 kWh battery pack and 150 kW (204 horsepower). According to the WLTP standard, the little battery pack can go 276 kilometers on each charge, while the large one can go 452 kilometers.
According to the most recent pricing list, Kia only offers the e-Soul in one configuration: a 150 kW electric vehicle with a big 64 kWh battery. Now, the starting price for Kia e-Soul has risen from 40,200 to 46,900 euros.
The available equipment for the 150 kW version has likewise been reduced to one. Their more extensive reach includes a variety of help systems. The previous heat pump now costs an additional 1,000 euros.
Since 2019, the Kia e-Soul has only been offered with electrical engineering, and Kia has discontinued the previously available combustion engine models.
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