Kia Soul Mixx and Maxx launched

High-spec Mixx and Maxx trims are now available for the Kia Soul, costing from £18,150

Kia Soul Mixx and Maxx

Kia has introduced new Mixx and Maxx models to the Soul range, offering a two-tone roof, 18-inch wheels and an Urban Styling Pack as standard.

The Mixx and Maxx join the three current Soul models; ‘Start’, ‘Connect’ and ‘Connect Plus’, and now represent the most expensive models in the range. They each come as standard with an Infinity sound system, 8-inch touchscreen sat-nav, heated front seats and automatic air-conditioning.

The Soul Mixx then adds a contrasting roof and body along with a reversing camera. The Soul Maxx adds on top of this keyless entry and push-button start, an auto-dimming rear-view mirror, leather upholstery, front and rear parking sensors along with a panoramic sunroof.

Both the Mixx and Maxx are available with 1.6-litre petrol or diesel and the Mixx is also available with an automatic gearbox.

The Mixx starts at £18,150 for the 1.6-litre petrol manual and the Maxx starts at £19,950, with both models on sale now.

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