This isnt the first year luxurious passenger compartments have fared well in the Ward’s 10 Best Interiors competition.
Audi, BMW, Cadillac, Lexus, Range Rover and Volvo have made the cut in recent years.
But the 2014 honorees, even those hailing from non-premium brands, are so lavishly appointed that a question springs to mind: Where exactly does one draw the line between mainstream vehicles and those considered “luxury?”
Climb behind the wheel of the least-expensive car on our list, the $24,010 ’14 Kia Soul+, and it’s hard to classify this well-appointed interior as down-market or entry-level.
It has leather-trimmed seats, navigation, a heated steering wheel, heated and cooled front seats, a premium audio system and the UVO telematics system.Read Article