The hamsters are back!
Kia vehicles are exciting, interesting, and fresh, and their advertising matches up with the fresh excitement you’ll feel in the all-new 2014 Kia Soul perfectly. The pop-culture-superstar hamsters you’ve seen in Kia television commercials are back to celebrate the arrival of the all-new 2014 Kia Soul, and like the all-new Soul the hamsters have been totally transformed. No longer portly, the hamsters are svelte, suave, and fresher than ever.
The popular 2014 Kia Soul has been transformed with a fresh new look, available premium materials and features, more refinement, more interior space, and an even more exciting driving experience.
“Now in its second generation, the Soul maintains its individualistic edge with a fresh take on its iconic design as well as a ‘Totally Transformed’ driving experience, and the hamsters have followed suit by getting fit and developing a new fashion sense that reflects the sophistication of the newly refined Soul,” said Kia Motors America Executive VP of Marketing and Communications, Michael Sprague.
Featuring a design inspired by the Kia Track’ster concept, the 2014 Kia Soul, available soon here at Folsom Lake Kia, rides on a stiffer, more capable, better handling, more exciting chassis that is wider and longer. The all-new Soul offers more room for passengers and more room for cargo. An upgraded suspension and an engine that pumps out more torque offer more driving excitement. Inside you’ll find more refinement, more comfort, more convenience, and more connectivity.
Visit us today here at Folsom Lake Kia to learn more about the all-new 2014 Kia Soul. El Dorado Hills, Folsom, and Roseville drivers – you’ll see why the hamsters are so excited about it!
“When the first Soul arrived on the scene, everyone at Kia believed we had a hit on our hands but we didn’t realize how big that hit was going to be, and our year-over-year success is a direct result of the hamster commercials entertaining the young and young-at-heart with their baggy clothes, excellent taste in music and slick dance moves,” said Sprague.