NO! I didn't leave a $159 Scan Gauge with the SX4.
Bash Guard? You mean "Rear Skid Plate" ???
That and the trailer hitch stayed with the SX4.
That little SX4 is going to make someone a very nice little car.
It's in as good mechanical condition as the day it was born.
I emailed Wayne at Scan Gauge and asked him what I needed to do to make my Scan Gauge II work with my new Kia Soul and he said all I had to do was go into Setup and change the engine size from 2.0L to 1.6L and I'd be good to go.
So I now have my Scan Gauge II connected to my Soul and it's working like a champ. And so is my Soul!
Everything else went with the SX4. (except my center arm rest and seat belt extenders @ $40 each) I even gave the dealer a new set of front brake pads that I had bought but not put on yet.
They were AC-Delco ceramics. The OEM pads had lasted me for almost 40k miles.
I just drove into the Kia dealership at about noon, for a fact finding visit and four hours later drove out in a brand new 2013 Kia Soul.
My car payments went down a little, my Car Insurance payments went down almost $30 per month and my MPG's went up considerably.
And the icing on the cake..... my dealer is picking up all my maintenance for the first year. That includes FREE Oil Changes and tire rotations.
They won't have to replace the engine air cleaner though, because I've already put in a K&N Air Cleaner.
I had my Soul out on a Jeep trail, where I used to go with my SX4, in 4WD and it handled like a dream. It actually has more ground clearance than the SX4. Go Figure.
I could go on and on, but this isn't my thread.