Hi I ordered a kia, soul ev neptune blue with black roof back in March and it arrived in June due to pandemic. Love my car done 1400 miles so far. My partner has 3 young girls who all require car seats can fit all 3 and her in car but one car seat must go in front with air bag off and my partner gets abit uncomfortable sitting in the middle of the car. I am getting currently between 220 to 250miles in Scotland on full range waiting to expierence winter. I have found the application process for government scheme to buy car lituarly pointless as if you don't have credit card or mortgage they fail your application and for the home charger we allow neighbours to use our private path for binns which automatically disqualified us for the government grant. However finding it easy to use 3 pin plug I use it to charge my car every day its been used and drops below 80% battery, however that's due to working from home working in office will require me to use a charger somewhere my daily commute will be around 70 miles per day. The car drives smoothly I haven't tested automatic regenerative breaking yet but also found turning regen off and only using it when needing to break makes the range shown more efficient than keeping a regen level on during the drive. The lane assist is good when it decides to work seems to struggle activating at times. Adaptive cruise control is great.Hi All,
Has any forum member ordered a new 2020 KIA Soul EV yet. I have placed an order for the First Edition in Neptune Blue - Due for delivery (Hopefully) Q1 2020
Hey just heads up boot is smaller tha Niro, the boot with seats up and false floor in is considered quite small (massive upgrade from my previous car suzuki jimny) but my alsation dog wouldn't fit in car with back seats up.Yes I might prefer the soul to the Niro EV provided the boot area/ rear seat area is not as small as the Kona is!