I agree with the part about the scions. the first gen appealed to me more than the secound. But i couldnt get past the interior and the power of the second gen for almost the same price.TartanJack said:I holding off judgement on the Cube until I see some in person and up close. It might "grow on me" a bit and elevate itself in my opinion . . .
Now, the Soul looks pretty good in picts and magazines, but AWFUL in person. The first half-dozen I saw, I didn't even realize it was the same vehicle type. I thought "what the heck is THAT ugly thing," only later seeing it was a Soul. That saddens me, as I actually tend to LIKE Korean cars. I don't know what it is about the Soul, but it looks worse and worse with each I see in person. It isn't ugly in a cool and quirky way, like the Cube. It is just VERY poorly designed, with front, sides, and rear looking like 3 different designs stuck together with little flow or consistency.
The Cube is odd, but consistent, so it may or may not visually "hold together" after they age a bit.
The Scions both appeal to me. Honestly, I am a bit more fond of the FIRST gen exterior than the second. The second gen, though, has a MUCH better interior and "performs" much more to my my liking and tastes. As that is what I see and "feel" as I drive it, that is what is more important to me.
Hello Kitty! You crack me up :rofl:xb2_drew said:The Cube is the worse to me. You might as well plaster Hello Kitty all over the inside and outside.
I thought the song was annoying. and "A new way to roll" is false. I agree, I don't like it's message. The idea is cool, but not portrayed well.RedDragons said:Soul & Cube, blatant knock offs..
The worst part of the Kia Soul is the last commercial...
The commercial is awesome I love it, made me laugh my *** off. But I do not like its message.