Here at our new and used car dealership, our goal is to help every driver and family find the best new Kia hatchback for their budget, lifestyle, and preferences. Kia is well-known for offering hatchbacks that are reliable and competitively priced while bringing leading features. When trying to find the right new hatchback for your needs, you're probably encountering a market full of exciting options. With so many choices, it can feel overwhelming. Thankfully, the team here at Premier Kia of Kenner is here to help. To point out how the 2021 Kia Soul outperforms other hatchbacks in its class, we've stacked it against its chief rival from Honda.
Let's review the similarities and differences between the 2021 Kia Soul and 2020 Honda Fit, then set you up with a test drive and tour of this new Kia for sale.
|2021 Kia Soul||2020 Honda Fit|
|Passenger Volume||101 Cubic Feet||95.7 Cubic Feet|
|EPA-Estimated MPG (City/Highway/Combined)||25/31/27||29/36/31|
|7.0-inch Touch-Screen Display w/ Rear Camera||Standard||Not Available|
|Apple CarPlay® Smartphone Integration||Standard||Not Available|
|Electronic Stability Control||Standard||Standard|
- Seating: The 2021 Kia Soul hatchback boasts 5-passenger seating across two rows. Front-row passengers will have 55.5 cubic feet of shoulder room. The 2020 Honda Fit also offers a 5 passenger seating capacity, but only 54.8 cubic feet of shoulder room.
- Interior Space: The Kia Soul offers a total interior passenger volume of 102.2 cubic feet. Once again, the Honda Fit comes up short with only 95.7 cubic feet.
- Cargo Capacity: When it comes to cargo room, you want a hatchback that gives you plenty of room for your gear. The 2021 Kia Soul gives you 62.1 cu.ft. with the seats down, while the 2020 Honda Fit only offers you 52.7 cubic feet with the seats down.
- Engine: The 2021 Kia Soul is motivated by a 2.0 liter in-line 4-cylinder engine with dual overhead cams to produce 147 horsepower at 6,200 rpm. In the 2020 Honda Fit, we find an in-line 4-cylinder that only produces 130 horsepower at 6600 rpm.
- Drivetrain: The 2021 Kia Soul gives you a choice of a 6-speed manual transmission or an intelligent variable transmission. The 2020 Honda Fit also comes standard with a 6-speed manual transmission and offers an available automatic version.
Every new Kia comes standard with Kia's industry-leading 10-year or 100,000-mile powertrain warranty, along with other impressive warranty coverage. The Honda doesn't give you the same level of protection.
- 5-year/60,000-mile limited basic coverage
- 10-year/100,000-mile limited powertrain coverage
- 5-year/100,000-mile limited anti-perforation warranty
- 5-year/60,000-mile roadside assistance plan
Test Drive the 2021 Kia Soul Hatchback at Premier Kia of Kenner
Now that you've seen the many ways in which the 2021 Kia Soul outperforms the 2020 Honda Fit hatchback, you'll want to get behind the wheel and experience all this new car for sale has to offer. If this is your first time visiting us, our dealership is a short drive from nearby New Orleans. Our sales associates are standing by to answer all of your questions and give you a tour of the full trim lineup.
Our full-service Kia dealership is here to help drivers secure the affordable auto financing they deserve. To discover your Kia financing options, submit a no-obligation credit application through our website. We are here to help you understand how buying compares to leasing and offer lease specials on many new Kia models.
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*Starting MSRP is manufacturer's suggested retail price (MSRP) for base model trim. MSRP excludes destination and handling charges, taxes, title, license, options and dealer charges. Actual prices set by dealer and may vary.