Looking into the trunk, as far as storage and everything like that goes… Initially, I was shocked. This didn’t seem like much room, or enough at all. But, once you pop this off and drop the seats down, we tried putting one of Thad’s bikes in and it went in with a good amount of ease.
One of the best cars for cyclists? In pursuit of finding the best affordable commuter cars, we decided to visit our local Kia dealer to check out the Kia Soul. In this review video, Ryan — owner of Apto Cycling Studios — gives us his point of view on whether or not this Soul fits his cycling-centric lifestyle. In this review, Ryan finds out if the Soul is one of the best cars for cyclists, or if it leaves him wanting more.
He digs the Soul’s quirky styling and many different cargo-carrying configurations. In fact, he goes as far as saying that the Soul’s rear just might be better suited for extra cargo than it is for extra passengers. Watch the video for the full review.
Meet Ryan. Ryan’s CarMatch Code is LFHC4. He wants a vehicle that comes with a low monthly payment (L), is fun to drive (F) and can haul lots of stuff (H). His personal style is classic (C) and he needs to be able to haul up to four people. Find out your CarMatch Code to see if the Kia Soul is the right small car for you.
Meet Apto Cycling Studio. Apto Cycling Studio is a one-stop, full-service bicycle repair shop. They also specialize in custom road and mountain bike builds, as well as custom bike fits. Check them out at www.goapto.com