The 2022 Kia Soul sees certain changes this year in features. The vehicle will get the brand's new logo along with a new 10.25-inch touchscreen from the S trim onwards while the base LX trim now gets an 8-inch touchscreen. Few comfort features such as dual-zone automatic climate control, wireless charging, etc. that were previously optional on the S, GT-Line, and X-Line models are now standard. Moreover, the LX trim gets access to the new Technology package for more driver aids.
The Soul is available for sale at a starting price of $19,190 and continues to get the same engines- a 147-hp inline-4 and a 201-hp turbo-4 unit. Unfortunately, the manual transmission has been discontinued. The Soul' has a spacious and tech-filled cabin and packs a decent list of the latest driver aids. The Soul competes against the likes of splendid compact crossovers like its sibling Hyundai Kona, the Honda HR-V, the Subaru Crosstrek, and a bunch of other crossovers.