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Kia Soul Prices & Deals - Florida

2015 Kia Soul Pricing

Kia Soul Model Summary

The Soul brings more to the table than quirky styling. There's abundant interior space, with the chairlike seats and big windows providing an excellent view out. Though fundamentally a budget hatchback, the Soul can be an SUV alternative, functionality-wise. The driving experience isn't special: The ride is stiff and handling is sound but unexceptional. Power delivery from the 2.0-liter four-cylinder feels just adequate, and its 26-mpg overall is not outstanding. An extensive options list includes heated seats, touch-screen navigation, and a backup camera. An electric version is available in California. First-year reliability of the redesign has been above average.

Price Range

$15,190 - $35,700 MSRP Price range
$14,890 - $33,056 Invoice price range

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Kia Soul Prices

Trim Lines MSRP Price Invoice Price
Soul Manual $15,190 - $15,190 $14,890
5dr Wgn Man Base $15,190 $14,890
Soul Auto $17,190 - $20,790 $16,639 - $19,687
5dr Wgn Auto Base $17,190 $16,639
5dr Wgn Auto + $18,690 $17,729
5dr Wgn Auto ! $20,790 $19,687
Soul EV $33,700 - $35,700 $31,495 - $33,056
5dr Wgn $33,700 $31,495
5dr Wgn + $35,700 $33,056

Kia Soul Specs

Body styles wagon
Drive wheels Front
Seating 2 front, 3 rear
Engines available 0.0-liter electric (109 hp), 1.6-liter 4 (130 hp), 2.0-liter 4 (164 hp)
Transmissions available 1-speed direct, 6-speed automatic, 6-speed manual
Warranty Basic: 5/60, Powertrain: 10 year/ 100,000 mile

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