Can you be active when you’re behind the wheel of your vehicle?  You can if you’re driving the all-new 2014 Kia Soul.

The 2014 Kia Soul was recently recognized as a winner at the Active Lifestyle Vehicle of the Year Awards, scoring highest in its category thanks to athletes and local media members who evaluated it during the awards celebration’s 10th annual event in Chandler, Arizona.

The 2014 Kia Soul offers all the elements needed to enjoy an active lifestyle and it’s ready and waiting at your favorite Kia dealership.  El Dorado Hills drivers, your active lifestyle is even more enjoyable in the 2014 Kia Soul.

“From the expansive cargo area to the roof rack mounts that come standard on every trim, the Soul speaks to those who want a vehicle that offers iconic design and all the things that support a youthful and active lifestyle,” said Michael Sprague, Kia Executive Vice President of Marketing and Communications.

2014 Kia Soul

Its new, stiffer, and more athletic chassis just begs you to take it anywhere and everywhere, from the crashing waves at the beach to hiking trails and bike trails in the mountains – or the streets of the urban jungle.  The all-new 2014 Kia Soul has more room for passengers and more room for cargo –there’s plenty of room for you and your active friends to bring your surfboards or bikes.  It’s more powerful, more nimble, more refined, and it’s available here at Folsom Lake Kia.

“The Soul has always been an awesome choice for urbanites that need a car with a small footprint but also a versatile interior.  The 2014 car builds on the first generation with better ride and handling and enhanced technology.” said Nina Russin, Active Lifestyle Vehicle Program Founder.

“Having Soul named as a winner once again at the Active Lifestyle Vehicle awards is strong evidence that our complete redesign of this iconic vehicle was successful.  While dramatically improving the Soul’s ride and handling qualities, as well as its interior appointments, it’s lost none of its fun, funky and young-at-heart personality,” said Sprague.