I'm still loving my little Kia Soul... I have a fairly short commute to the office (22 miles round trip) and we have another vehicle (Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV), so the short range of the Soul is not an issue and since I had spent 4 years with a Leaf with around a 70mi range, the Soul is a big boost for me. Also, the battery is holding up well and I use SoulSpy on occasion to keep a handle on it's SOH.
I'm sure you'll get many miles of satisfaction out of your purchase and you are one of the rare folks that have a 2019 since not that many were made compared to earlier model years. One thing I would check is to install the latest infotainment update. The Kia website has an app to help with the update which includes the most recent map updates plus some UI updates. Also, when I purchased mine it still had a year left on the UVO free subscription, but I had to contact Kia to get them to reset it and switch it over to me.
So far, I've had two tire rotations and that is it maintenance-wise. If it holds up as well as my Leaf, the total cost per mile for this car will be amazing and buying it before the used car market went crazy was good timing, but totally by accident of course! We will probably get a Kia PHEV when we replace the Outlander, but so far that vehicle has been awesome as well.
I do charge at home as I have had a home EVSE in the garage when I bought the Leaf in 2017. We use it for my car and the Outlander and up to this point I've never had to charge away from home... it is Alabama, so not exactly progressive as far as chargers go, but there are more and more in the commercial areas (Target, Whole Foods, etc), so it is getting a little better.
2019 Kia Soul EV Base - Shadow Black - New to me on 1/16/2021 (Carvana)
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