The next-generation Kia Spectra compact car will debut in the U.S. market next year as a ’10 model, a Kia Motors America official tells Ward’s. “Next year, it will (be the) Soul, then (the) Spectra as far as the launching,” KMA spokesman Alex Fedorak says. The Soul cross/utility vehicle is based on the Spectra’s C-segment platform and originally was set to launch here late this year but was pushed back to early 2009. The Spectra has been a consistent top-seller for KMA, accounting for ...

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