The 2023 Kia Soul GT-Line has a notable design that makes it stand out from other small SUVs. The Soul offers clean, modern styling with the increased interior room; upscale equipment available, and an optional turbocharged engine.

This reasonably priced car includes a long warranty of 10 years or 100k miles and roadside assistance for 5 Years or 60,000 miles. The 2023 Kia Soul GT-line starts at $17,500.

The Kia Soul has a lot going for it. Its boxy shape gives it a seriously roomy passenger cabin and cargo area. It’s also fun to drive, with above-average handling abilities and an intuitive continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT). This small SUV offers solid value for money and is one of the best compacts.

There is so much more that is offered for this price – check out our test drive and see for yourself.

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  • Chevrolet Trailblazer.
  • Hyundai Kona.
  • Mazda CX-30.
  • Subaru Impreza.
  • Honda HR-V.
  • Nissan Kicks.
  • Toyota.
  • Mini Countryman.
  • Volkswagen Taos.

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