Last year, the good folks at Kia Motors completely redesigned the 2014 Kia Soul. Since, it has received rave reviews and found itself atop “Best of” lists everywhere. How does something that good get even better? For 2015, Kia Motors will be making a few minor upgrades to the compact crossover that will be sure to satisfy even the diehard 2014 Soul fans.
According to an article in AutoWeek, for 2015 Kia will offer the UVO 1 eService package, a free subscription telematics service, which is available for 10 years/100,000 miles. UVO eServices is standard on the Exclaim model, but is an option on the two lower trim levels. Accessible from the owner’s smartphone once the eServices app is downloaded, most of the new features are parental control-oriented: Geo-fencing, Speed Alert, Curfew Alert, and Driving Score.
Specifically, geo-fencing is a feature designed to notify the…
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