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$13,040
BASE MSRP
$13,300
On Green
With good city fuel economy ratings, but unimpressive highway numbers, the 2011 Kia Soul isn't all that green for its small footprint.
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26 mpg city, 31 highway (1.6-liter models); 24/30 (1.8-liter models)
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Although the Soul is just as fuel-efficient as most compact cars in the city, its highway fuel economy numbers aren't as impressive. Soul models with the 1.6-liter engine—whether they have the manual or automatic transmission—are rated at 26 mpg city, 31 highway. With the 2.0-liter engine, Soul models get 24/30.

Conclusion

With good city fuel economy ratings, but unimpressive highway numbers, the 2011 Kia Soul isn't all that green for its small footprint.

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