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Bjorn Nyland's review of the 2019 Kia e-Soul (Norway)

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The 2019 Kia e-Soul is the first version of the Soul EV with a 60 kiloWatt-hour battery pack. This gives about 180 miles up to 240 miles of range (or thereabouts). Lots of improvements have been made over the previous models, such as a wider infotainment screen that is more customizable. It has driver assist features like maintaining speed to the car in front. The e-Soul is longer than previous models, and that has given the cargo area a much-needed oomph in cargo space. One big concern is ground clearance, since the larger battery pack hangs lower. As a bonus, this post contains several other videos by Bjorn about the e-Soul.

Kia e-Soul 64 kWh review

Road trip to Rødekro in e-Soul part 1

Road trip to Rødekro in e-Soul part 2

Model 3 vs e-Soul HVAC efficiency test

Kia e-Soul charging on Ionity vs 50 kW

Kia e-Soul banana box test

Kia e-Soul highway test

Kia e-Soul range test

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David Herron : David Herron is a writer and software engineer focusing on the wise use of technology. He is especially interested in clean energy technologies like solar power, wind power, and electric cars. David worked for nearly 30 years in Silicon Valley on software ranging from electronic mail systems, to video streaming, to the Java programming language, and has published several books on Node.js programming and electric vehicles.
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