2020 Kia Soul GT Line vs GT Line Turbo

Split screen images of the 2020 Kia Soul GT Line and GT Line Turbo

The 2020 Kia Soul isn’t for drivers who like to play it safe. While some other compact crossovers offer generic style and usable space, the Kia Soul delivers all of the versatility and performance inherent in the class in a package that doesn’t sacrifice on head-turning looks.

The 2020 Kia Soul lineup is now available at Kia dealerships nationwide. To help vehicle shoppers find their best 2020 Soul match, we are comparing two similar trims: GT Line and GT Line Turbo. Find info on pricing, standard features, and performance specs for each configuration below.



2020 Soul GT Line

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2020 Soul GT Line Turbo

$20,290 Starting MSRP $27,490
27/33 Fuel Economy 27/32
2.0L Inline 4-Cylinder Standard Engine 1.6L Turbo Inline 4-Cylinder
147 Horsepower 201

Pricing, Standard Features, and Performance

While the GT Line and GT Line Turbo trims have similar names and a similar sporty appearance, they are likely to appeal to two very different shoppers. The mid-level GT Line trim offers some of the basic amenities and active safety equipment as other base 2020 Soul models with a few appearance-focused upgrades.

Vehicle shoppers can also expect to find the same base engine and performance specs on the GT Line trim as on other lower and mid-level 2020 Soul trims. Because the GT Line upgrades consist mainly of appearance features like red exterior accents, matte silver interior accents, and 18-inch alloy wheels with a trim-exclusive design, the starting price for this trim stays firmly on the budget-friendly end of the spectrum with a starting MSRP of just $20,290.

The GT Line Turbo trim is the 2020 Soul lineup’s highest trim level and offers the sporty appearance found on the GT Line trim plus a generous helping of performance-focused upgrades and premium-level amenities. Under the hood, drivers will find a 1.6-liter Turbocharged Inline 4-cylinder engine rated at 201 horsepower paired with a 7-speed dual-clutch transmission and a sport-tuned suspension. Inside, a sunroof, auto climate control, a Harman Kardon premium audio system, a head up display, heated front seats, a heated steering wheel, a wireless phone charger, speaker lights, and a 10.25-inch touchscreen display help level up the on-road experience. Of course, the upgrades come at a cost and the GT line Turbo trim costs significantly more than the GT Line trim with a starting MSRP of $27,490.

Find the full 2020 Kia Soul lineup available for test drives and purchase now at Moritz Kia in Fort Worth, TX. Connect with our team for a more in-depth look at the lineup.