The 2023 Kia Soul will be coming to dealerships later this summer, wearing an entry-level sticker price of $21,085.

That price tag will get you the Soul LX, the first of four available trims, and includes Kia’s $1,295 destination charge. All four trims benefit from refreshed design language inside and out. 

The next step up is the Soul S, which comes in at $23,585, followed by the Soul GT-Line and Soul EX, retailing for $24,685 and $25,385 respectively. Each model adds different features and opens up optional packages. Those who are familiar with the 2022 model may note the exclusion of the X-Line and Turbo trims, both of which have been discontinued in order to streamline the Soul’s offerings. Kia says many of their features have been moved into the new lineup.

All 2023 Kia Souls are powered by a 2.0-liter inline-four, producing 147 horsepower and 132 lb-ft of torque, paired to an automatic transmission. A suite of safety features are also standard on all trims, including Auto Emergency Braking Tech and Lane Following Assist.

We’re interested to see what the 2023 Kia Soul has in store. Stay tuned to MotorWeek for more updates!