The all-new 2020 Kia Soul is here:
The Kia Soul is a popular youth-oriented model with room for five. It has a loyal following and includes an EV variant (mainly in California). The Soul is a cutting-edge alternative to other small models, including compact crossovers and hatchbacks.
For 2020, the Soul is a complete redesign, launching this model's third generation. You'll now find a Soul GT edition, which replaces the turbo Soul. An EV model will arrive for the 2021 model year. Speaking of the 2021s, the order books are open. We're showing the current offers below.
Kia’s current offers are in place through August 3, 2020. We may see an update as the 2021s arrive, so please check back.
The examples we're listing here are for California.
Strong cash incentive:
Kia is offering $2,000 in customer cash on 2020 all trims and that's $500 more than what the automaker offered in April. It's a strong deal on this new model. As for the 2021s, there is $500 in bonus cash.
There's also a $1,000 trade-in bonus for owners of a 2000 model year or newer vehicle who choose a 2020 Soul (sorry, this offer does not extend to the soon arriving 2021s). All told, you could save up to $3,000 on your purchase.
Keep in mind that you may not combine the customer cash offer with promotional financing. That said, ask your Kia dealer about standard financing.
Competitive financing offers:
Opt for a 2020 Soul and you'll find 0.0-percent APR for 72 months and 1.9-percent APR for 84-month loans. If you prefer a 2021 Soul, the rates are 0.9-percent APR for 60 months, 1.9% for 66 months, and 2.9% for 72 months.
The financing offers are not just competitive, but they're outstanding.
The current lease offers:
Lease offers on the 2020 Soul are in place. Choose a 2020 Soul LX with a CVT and it is listed at $179 per month for 36 months, with $2,699 due at signing. Here, your effective monthly cost of ownership comes in at $254 and equates to a fair value based on the vehicle's $20,110 MSRP.
If you prefer a Soul Sport with a CVT, it comes in at $189 per month for 36 months, with $2,699 due at signing. Your effective monthly cost of ownership comes in at $264.
Both lease offers have improved somewhat this month, offering better deals on this popular model.
The first lease offers on the 2021 models are also available. Choose a 2021 Soul LX with a CVT and it is listed at $189 per month for 36 months, with $2,699 due at signing. Here, your effective monthly cost of ownership comes in at $264 and equates to a fair value.
If you prefer a 2021Soul Sport with a CVT, it comes in at $209 per month for 36 months, with $2,699 due at signing. Your effective monthly cost of ownership comes in at $284.
Kia provides a mileage allowance of 12,000 miles per year. At the end of the lease term, you’ll pay a $400 termination fee.