2022 Kia Soul Infotainment

 The Kia Soul is one of those uncommon vehicles that defies easy classification. The Soul looks like a boxy SUV from the outside, but its car-like ride height and lack of all-wheel drive make it more like a hatchback. While its taxonomy may be perplexing, the Soul's diverse set of capabilities makes it one of our favourite small runabouts.

2022 Kia Soul

2022 Kia Soul Infotainment

Touchscreen infotainment with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto is standard on all trims except the base model, and all but the base model get a large 10.3-inch display; the LX gets an 8.0-inch unit. If you get a model with the 10.3-inch screen, you'll get SiriusXM satellite radio, real-time traffic updates, in-dash navigation, and a wireless smartphone charging pad. Most models come with a six-speaker stereo, but the top-spec Turbo model comes with a Harman/Kardon setup as standard.

2022 Kia Soul Bluetooth, and Navigation

Kia's user-friendly UVO infotainment system is standard in the Soul, and it can be controlled via touch or physical buttons. The menus on the touch screen and the control panel knobs are simple to use.

Standard infotainment features: Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, a six-speaker stereo, Bluetooth, and a USB port are all standard features on the 8-inch touch screen.

2022 Kia Soul Infotainment

Available infotainment features: A 10.25-inch touch screen, navigation, HD Radio, two additional USB ports, wireless device charging, and a Harman Kardon premium audio system are all included.

Additional standard features: remote keyless entry

Other available features: Dual-zone automatic climate control, proximity keyless entry, push-button start, and a sunroof are all standard features.