2019 Kia Soul vs 2019 Toyota RAV4
The Kia Soul is an attention grabber, that’s for sure, but it is more than just good looks from a brand that you can trust. It’s also affordable, fully-featured, and spacious. You will see these facts clearly demonstrated as we compare the 2019 Kia Soul vs 2019 Toyota RAV4. Find out why the Kia Soul is the smart choice in its category.
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2019 Kia Soul
2019 Toyota RAV4
|Available/Available||Android Auto/Apple CarPlay||Not Available/Available|
|5-Passengers 101 Cubic-Feet||Passenger Room||5-Passengers 98.9 Cubic-Feet|
|5 Year / 60,000 Miles||Bumper-to-Bumper Warranty||3 Year / 36,000 Miles|
Battle of the crossovers: Soul vs RAV4
Price should be one of your first concerns when you are out there car shopping, and luckily Kia is always looking to save you money. That much is obvious when you compare the starting MSRP of the Soul against the RAV4 and discover that the RAV4 is over $9,000 more expensive than the Soul. That price trend continues as you move up in trim levels too with the Soul Exclaim coming in at $22,990 (still cheaper than the base model RAV4) and the top RAV4 Limited coming in at $34,900.
The Kia Soul gives you both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. The RAV4 only has Apple CarPlay as an option. This means any Android user is out of luck when it comes to enjoying many of the available smartphone features. The Soul even lets you have both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay at the Plus trim and above. The base trim includes Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as an available option, and they come standard on all other trims.
Though both of these models have room for 5 passengers, the Soul gives you more room which is surprising considering the Soul is smaller on the outside than the RAV4. If you care about your passenger comfort, then the Soul gives you more comfort at a better price.
On top of all that, the Soul gives you a better bumper-to-bumper warranty. To go a step further, the Soul also gives you a better powertrain warranty with 10 years or 100,000 miles of coverage compared to 5 years or 60,000 miles of powertrain coverage for the RAV4.