2020 Kia Soul X-Line vs EX

Split screen images of the 2002 Kia Soul X-Line and EX trims

The Kia Soul is one of the most well-loved compact crossovers around thanks to its fun-loving attitude. While the lineup offers all of the versatility and performance of other compact crossovers plus a value-packed class-leading warranty, it’s the Soul’s spirit that keeps vehicle shoppers coming back for more.

For the 2020 model year, Kia injected even more fun into the lineup with a handful of features that keep everyone engaged like a brand-new mood lighting system that syncs to the music. The 2020 Soul lineup consists of six trim levels. To aid in the crossover shoppers' research, we are diving into two of the higher trims, X-Line and EX, to highlight what each brings to the table. Keep reading to learn more or head straight to our online inventory pages to see which 2020 Kia Soul models are available now at Moritz Kia in Fort Worth.



2020 Kia Soul X-Line

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2020 Kia Soul EX

$21,490 Starting MSRP $22,690
27/33 Fuel Economy 29/35
Standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto Standard
7-inches Standard Display 10.25-inches

Pricing and Standard Feature Comparison

Every trim on the 2020 Kia Soul lineup should offer drivers plenty of what they need to enjoy their time on the road. With that being said, some trims may be of more interest than others depending on what you are looking for out of your driving experience. The X-Line and EX trims are on the higher end of the lineup and deliver a more premium experience and feel.

The X-Line trim is a perfect choice for drivers who are happy with the amenity packages on some of the lower trims but are looking to level up their style. The upgrades on the X-Line trim focus mainly on appearance and include trim-exclusive 18-inch alloy wheels, trim-exclusive exterior design enhancements, and a trim-exclusive roof rail that give the 2020 Kia Soul even more head-turning potential. Plus, with a starting MSRP of just $21,490, the X-Line trim is stylish while still very budget friendly.

The EX trim upgrades include a handful of creature comforts and active safety features that really make the 2020 Soul start to feel high end. Coming standard on the 2020 Soul EX are heated side mirrors, automatic climate control, a cargo-area cover, heated front seats, Smart Key with push button start, a wireless phone charger, a 10.25-inch touchscreen display, Driver Attention Warning, Forward Collision Avoidance Assist, and Lane Keeping Assist. The 2020 Soul EX trim starts at $22,690.

For a more in-depth look into each available trim level of the 2020 Kia Soul lineup, visit the Moritz Kia team at our Fort Worth, TX dealership location. We would be happy to discuss specifics or show you some of the updated features listed above during a test drive around the neighborhood!