TEMECULA, CA – The auto industry is littered with vehicles that sold well in their first iteration but failed following a redesign. But a top U.S. Kia official says thanks to added refinement and technology features, plus little deviation in style, the Korean brand has the right recipe to replicate the success of its boxy Soul compact car the second time around. The next-generation model, due in late summer, is “a really nice evolution of what the current-generation Soul ...
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