i bought a kia 2014 soul sport with a gdi 2.0l off the factory floor, it has burned oil like crazy from day 1, kia make the engine very loss in the toulance, that why it ony take full systhint oil (teflon base), and to this day I still can not buy a mech manual for it, because kia will not release the spec, and that was 7 year ago. the 2.0l engine are design like a 2 stroke weed whaker, and never put a normal battery in it ,it will die in a month, its that stop/start crap, you need the glass pack ones that cost $300Hello all. About 4 months ago, I took my 2015 soul+, has about 88k miles on it at the time, in to dealership for an oil change. About 2k miles later, the oil level was barely showing on the dipstick. I took it back to them and told them. I did not see any where it could be leaking oil from also there was no signs of blueish smoke or any type of smoke coming from the tail pipe. They topped off the oil and told me to come back after driving it for 1k miles. Which I did. The oil level was half way on the dipstick. The service manager informed me that I only lost a half of quart of oil in that 1k miles of driving. I asked him is that right, in other words, if the oil level is hitting the L, it will only take 1 quart of oil to put the oil level up to full. Kia manufacturer specs states losing less than 1 quart of oil is fine. It's normal oil consumption. Something doesn't set right with me. Did anyone else have the same problem as me with the same response from the shop you took it to?