Have you ever noticed how easy it is to justify doing certain things?  Perhaps during this holiday season you have noticed how easy it is to convince yourself that eating just one more Christmas cookie (or six).  After all, it’s the holidays!

If drivers in Roseville or El Dorado Hills need some convincing when out and about shopping for a new car, a National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) 5-Star Overall Safety Rating for the new 2014 Kia Soul ought to weigh in pretty convincingly.

When it comes to buying a new car here at Folsom Lake Kia the new 2014 Kia Soul already speaks for itself.  It does not take a lot to convince drivers how the unique and expressive styling, fun and spunky performance, spacious and comfortable interior, and excellent fuel efficiency bring the 2014 Kia Soul right to the front of the pack.  Plus, one test drive in this energizing urban passenger vehicle often does quite a lot of convincing.

2014 Kia Soul

But safety and driving safely is also an important factor in a car-buying decision, and thanks to 5-Star ratings in side and front impact crash tests from the NHTSA, and a 4-Star rating in rollover testing, there’s another great reason to choose the 2014 Kia Soul at our Folsom Lake Kia dealership.

According to Michael Sprague, Kia Motors America Executive Vice President of Marketing and Communications, “We took a great deal of care with the design and engineering of the second-generation Soul, and NHTSA’s testing has validated that effort.”

With its stylish looks, great versatility, spunky performance, and convenient efficiency, the 2014 Kia Soul makes a convincing case for car shoppers seeking fun and excitement in their next vehicle.  And now there’s another reason to check it out here at Folsom Lake Kia — a 5-Star Overall Safety Rating from the NHTSA.

“Soul’s 5-star safety rating speaks to Kia’s commitment to our customers.  Our vehicles combine top-level safety with iconic design, world-class quality and, of course, the outstanding value for which our brand is well known,” said Sprague.