2016 Kia Soul Values

Select a 2016 Kia Soul trim level

2016 model year changes

For 2016, the Kia Soul adds two packages: A Convenience Package adds to base models touchscreen audio, rearview camera, and satellite radio, while the Designer Collection for Plus trim adds 18-inch wheels, a leather steering wheel, and 2-tone exterior paint -- either white with a red roof or red with a black roof.

Competitive comparison

Trend-setting style; boxy design opens up lot of passenger space; versatility for cargo; improved ride and handling; a feature set unlike other compact cars

Special features for 2016

The Soul remains one of the more affordable vehicles on the market, priced in line with compact sedans, and it is very well-equipped and quite fuel-efficient. With the Soul's tiny parking footprint, it's easy to maneuver and park, still packing impressive interior space thanks to the boxy profile. Adults can fit comfortably in the back seat, which isn't the case with most other vehicles this size. Safety features also get a boost in the Soul; the stronger structure has already been proven with Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) Top Safety Pick status plus a federal 5-star overall rating.
The four-door, five-passenger Kio Soul comes in three trim levels. Standard features include: 16” steel wheels, roof rack, privacy glass in the rear, all-powered accessories, driver modes, tilt and telescope steering wheel, 60/40 split and folding back seat, Bluetooth/iPod/USB integration and a six-speaker audio system. Stepping up to a higher trim can add remote entry/start, (up to) 18” alloy wheels, standard 12-volt power outlet, parking camera, automate headlamps, fog lamps, climate control, HD radio, premium Infinity audio system, 8” touchscreen console, leather upholstery, custom body kits and fascias, LED daytime running lights, panoramic sunroof, GPS and much more. Powering the Soul is an upgradable 1.6-liter four-cylinder that makes 130 horsepower and 118 pound-feet of torque.