Priced: 2014 Kia Soul Starts at $15,495, Top Trim Goes for $21,095

By Trevor Dorchies | August 30, 2013
Kia has announced pricing for its funky box on wheels, also known as the Soul, and it starts at $15,495. Set to go on sale in the fourth quarter of this year, the 2014 Kia Soul is the reason those weird hamsters exist will be available in a Base, Plus, and Exclaim trim level. The 2014 Kia Soul Base model can be yours for $15,495, including a $795 destination and handling fee, and features a stiffer, longer, and wider chassis. This allows more room for passengers and space for cargo. Standard features on the 2014 Kia Soul base include hill-start assist. privacy glass, and power windows and locks. Other standard features include Sirius XM radio, USB and auxiliary audio input jacks, Bluetooth, and stability and traction control. Optional features like 16-inch alloy wheels, cruise control, and steering wheel-mounted audio controls are available, too.
Take one step up and you get the 2014 Kia Soul Plus, which starts at $18,995, including a $795 destination and handling fee. For this price, you get 17-inch alloy wheels, gloss black and chrome around the front grille, and turning signals on the side mirrors. Like the base model, the 2014 Kia Soul Plus offers an array of optional features like a back-up camera and auto on/off headlights for an additional $400. You can also spring for the audio package, which includes navigation, an eight-inch display screen, HD radio, and a six-speaker audio system that includes an amplifier, subwoofer, and those speaker light surrounds that the Soul is known for. All of this can be yours for an additional $1,400. Then there's the Primo Package, which wraps the steering wheel and shifter in leather, includes a push-button ignition, smart key, and fog lights. The Primo Package will tack on an additional $3,000 to your 2014 Kia Soul Plus purchase. Then there's the Eco Package, which includes Kia's Idle Stop and Go system, low rolling resistance tires, and 16-inch alloy wheels. The Eco Package will set you back $400.
The top-flight Exclaim model includes 18-inch alloy wheels, body-colored front and rear bumpers, LED taillights in back and surrounds up front, power folding mirrors, UVO, and a back-up camera. The 2014 Kia Soul Exclaim offers a Sun and Sand Package too, and includes navigation and an eight-inch display screen, an Infinity audio system with a subwoofer and amplifier, and the patented speaker light surrounds. This will set you back an additional $2,600.
Source: Kia