New Entry-Level Soul EV Costs About $2,000 Less
As if a funky fun design and low operating costs weren’t already appealing enough, Kia will be dropping the base price on the Kia Soul EV for the 2016 model year by about $2,000.
The fact that this goes hand in hand with the announcement a few months ago that the Kia Soul EV will finally be sold in Georgia (as well as Washington, Oregon, Texas, and Hawaii) makes us really excited at Carriage Kia!
The former entry-level Soul EV will now be placed between the top-of-the-line EV+ and the new EV-e. Despite being the base model, the latter will still offer push-button start and a special driver’s-side-only ventilation function for the HVAC system, as well as standard front heated seats and a heated steering wheel.
According to Kia World, it will start at $31,950 before state and federal incentives, making it one of the cheapest all-electric vehicles on the market. We can’t wait for you to check out a new 2016 Kia Soul EV-e at Carriage Kia!