2011 Kia Soul Values

Select a 2011 Kia Soul trim level

2011 model year changes

Having been introduced in 2010, the changes to the 2011 model are minor. They include more limited availability of the manual transmission, no more "Denim," "Ignition," "Shadow Dragon" or "Ghost" special edition packages. Leather heated seats are now an optional on the Soul! and Sport trims.

Competitive comparison

Practical, funky "tall car" styling; good fuel economy; lots of customization; great warranty

Special features for 2011

The 2011 Kia Soul is a departure for the Korean company best known for its inexpensive, well-warranteed cars. The Soul is aimed squarely at those who would buy a Scion. The Soul features funky styling, wild colors and a highly customizable interior and exterior. Even the trim names are fun. Base prices start at about $2,000 less than a comparable Scion.
Presiding inside a small 100.4 inch wheelbase, the 2011 Kia Soul incredibly offers generous cargo volumes with up to 53.4 cubic feet of room available when the rear seats are folded down. Four trim levels in 2011 shows off the urban utility vehicle Kia Soul as an attractively-outfitted product. Starting with the 2011 Kia Soul base model, MP3-compatible audio system, air conditioning and an upper storage compartment is found as standard features. A 1.6 liter inline-4 engine paired with a 5-speed manual gearbox is solely included on the Soul base model providing a stout 26 miles per gallon city and 31 miles per gallon highway. Stepping up to the 2011 Kia Soul+, Bluetooth connectivity, 16-inch alloy wheels as well as dual 12-volt power outlets is added at no charge. The 2011 Soul+ also upgrades to a 142 horsepower 2-liter four-cylinder which can be mated with a 5-speed manual or a 4-speed automatic gearbox. The 2011 Kia Soul! and Soul Sport adds increased bravado with 18-inch alloy wheels, power sunroof and an audio upgrade to a 315-watt sound system.