As a city runabout, the Soul is not meant to get the heart racing. Instead, it feels comfortable and safe. The power steering can feel a touch vague at freeway speeds but most of the time the Soul feels secure on the road. The brake pedal travel is a touch too long for my liking but I soon got used to it. The 2.0-litre petrol engine is not super frugal but nor is it a gas guzzler. It’s perky enough, without making a racket. combinations with the recent price adjustment, to give it a touch more flair. Consider a Soul if you want a roomy small car that stands out from the crowd. Just don’t pay $1 more than the $24,990 drive-away price. Metallic adds $550. You may be able to haggle on this.