Kia Soul captures attention of Chicagoland drivers with character, performance

Redesigned Kia Soul backs up unique design with superior drivability

JOLIET, Ill., Jan. 29, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The Kia Soul is no longer a newcomer to the automotive world, but this year's redesigned model is still garnering plenty of attention from Joliet Ill. car shoppers at Bill Jacobs Kia. The original design of the boxy wagon is what catches the eye of shoppers, but the performance and capabilities they experience during their test drives are what make the Soul such a popular choice.


Despite competition from strong competitors like the Honda Fit, the 2014 Kia Soul has emerged as one of the best values in its segment. With two four-cylinder engine options with similar fuel-economy capabilities, the Soul is available at a number of budget-friendly price points to appeal to most any drivers.

Bill Jacobs Kia ensures its Kia Soul inventory includes a variety of trims with various feature packages, as the wagon has a number of interior options and available technologies. With 10-15 Kia Soul models in various configurations on the lot, Chicagoland drivers continue to turn to Bill Jacobs Kia for its robust vehicle selection.

For a limited time, taking a test drive in a 2014 Kia Soul at Bill Jacobs Kia will also get you two tickets to a Chicago Bulls home game as part of the Kia Test Drive for Tickets Campaign. While the Soul is among the most popular choices on the lot, two Bulls tickets will be awarded to anyone who takes a test drive in any new Kia model.

Experience the 2014 Kia Soul and earn Bulls tickets by visiting the Bill Jacobs Kia showroom located at 2525 W. Jefferson Street Joliet, IL. For more information, visit Bill Jacobs Kia online or call the dealership at 815-741-6975.

Media Contact: Max Jacobs, Bill Jacobs Auto Group, 815-741-6975,

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