used to own a 2016 Soul SX 2.0L - Caribbean Blue
April 26, CarGurus
1. - you are correct it was standard on the Base model for all G2 models.1 - Correct me if I'm wrong here, but he says Gen2 Souls had Satellite radio available as an independent upgrade, but I believe it was standard on all trims, all years.
2 - He mentions increased cargo capacity, but I think Gen2 (w/out storage tray) is 24.2/61.3 cf compared to Gen3 24.2/62.1 cf. Apples to apples almost identical.
3 - He mentioned an under floor cargo tray is an option on Gen3 (standard on Gen2), but has anyone heard of that?
4 - Finally his comment on the previous steering wheel buttons that had switches that are easily accidentally hit & inadvertently change stations. Was that Gen1? Gen2 has fully recessed buttons that make it virtually impossible to do that.
I couldn't agree more conwel. Buying 13 bags of groceries for the family 4th of July picnic yesterday, I was grinning ear to ear only having to put the 60% seat down & had room for 2 passengers. The Soul hits the mark on many levels.July 1 - looking at the Soul from another point of view - not that most of us don't already know :joyous:
"It seems like people think the reasons for the Soul’s shape are more cosmetic, but I’ve found it to have a very simple, practical appeal: The way to most effectively use a vehicle’s footprint is to build it up vertically. That’s why hatchbacks and wagons have always made a lot of sense to me, as they can have the same width and length as a sedan, but fit more stuff in the back because they have a liftgate instead of cutting out space for a traditional trunk."