2014 Kia Soul US Pricing Revealed
For this amount, customers will get the entry-level version that’s powered by the 130 HP 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine and includes 16-inch alloy wheels, cruise controls, wheel-mounted audio controls, Hill-Start Assist and rear center armrest with cup holders.
Next there’s the Kia Soul Plus, which fetches $18,200 and adds 17-inch alloy wheels, chrome accents, and a series of option packages, such as the UVO eServices Package ($400), the Audio Package ($1,400), the Primo Package ($3,000), and the ECO Package ($400).
Finally, the range-topping Soul Exclaim will have a sticker set at $20,300 and will add 18-inch alloys, body-colored front and rear bumper tusks, LED tailights and running lights and the UVO Package, which includes Rear-Camera Display4 and auto on/off headlights as standard. Both the Soul Plus and the Exclaim are powered by a 164 HP 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine.