2018 Ford Focus vs 2018 Kia Soul
Is there any way the competition can compete with an automotive lineup that features multiple sedan trim levels, multiple hatchback trim levels, a pair of Ford Performance models, all the fun to drive power you could ever need, and money-saving fuel economy to boot? Oh, and let’s not forget that this is all paired with a comprehensive suite of advanced new safety, technology, comfort and convenience features.
If you think a model lineup can’t possibly offer all of these things, then you’ve apparently never taken the time to check out the new Ford Focus lineup at Brandon Ford in Tampa, FL. Because it offers everything we’ve listed and more. And to show you why that means the competition doesn’t stand a chance, we put together this 2018 Ford Focus versus 2018 Kia Soul model comparison.
2018 Ford Focus
2018 Kia Soul
|160 HP & 146 lb-ft.||Base Horsepower & Torque||130 HP & 118 lb-ft.|
|30/42 MPG||Standard City/Highway Fuel Efficiency||24/30 MPG|
|350 HP & 350 lb-ft.||Highest Available Horsepower & Torque||201 HP & 195 lb-ft.|
|30/42 MPG||Highest Available City/Highway Fuel Efficiency||26/31 MPG|
Comparing the Power and Gas Mileage Ratings of the 2018 Ford Focus Lineup and the 2018 Kia Soul Lineup
Since we gave you a broad overview of the 2018 Ford Focus lineup in our introduction, we’re now going to spend some time taking a closer look at what’s under the hood of the new Focus lineup and the new Soul lineup.
As you can see in our comparison table above, the base engine of the new Ford Focus lineup is far more powerful and fuel efficient than the base engine of the 2018 Kia Soul lineup. More specifically, the base engine of the 2018 Focus lineup can provide you with 160 horsepower and 146 pound-feet of torque and get you 30 city MPG and 42 highway MPG. Conversely, the base engine of the 2018 Soul lineup can only provide you with 130 horsepower and 118 pound-feet of torque and only get you 24 city MPG and 30 highway MPG.
The most powerful 2018 Focus engine, found in the new Ford Focus RS, can pump out 350 horsepower and 350 pound-feet of torque. The most powerful 2018 Soul engine can pump out only 210 horsepower and 195 pound-feet of torque.
For more on the 2018 Ford Focus lineup, please contact our Brandon Ford staff in Tampa, FL.