2022 Kia Soul interior space

Kia Soul Ranks High in Its Segment for Interior Space

2022 Kia Soul Cargo Space & Interior Dimensions

Form meets function in the 2022 Kia Soul, where the crossover’s boxy build proves both head-turning and space-savvy. This guide uncovers the cargo space and interior seating dimensions that make the 2022 Kia Soul a spacious choice among compact crossovers for our Tampa Bay-area customers at Friendly Kia this year.

Cargo Volume & Features

The 2022 Kia Soul comes standard with 24.2 cubic feet of cargo space behind the backseat. By folding the 60/40 split-folding bench seat, owners can enjoy an impressive maximum cargo volume of up to 62.1 cubic feet. The available dual-level cargo board featured on the Soul EX, GT-Line, and Turbo offers enhanced flexibility. It can be positioned low for maximum cargo space or raised to create a flat load area. Other cargo area features found on select 2022 Soul models include one 12V power outlet, cargo net hooks, LED cargo lighting, and a cargo cover. The crossover’s boxy form makes it an ideal suitor for hauling larger items that might prove a challenge in other small crossovers.

Cargo volume (standard)24.2 cubic feet
Cargo volume with board in lower position23.4 cubic feet
Cargo volume with board in upper position18.7 cubic feet
Cargo volume with rear seat folded (maximum)62.1 cubic feet

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2022 Kia Soul front seats and dashboard

Legroom, Head Room & Shoulder Room

The 2022 Kia Soul offers a total interior volume of 120.9 cubic feet, allowing for generous portions of legroom and headroom. Tall occupants are well treated from any seat, with 41.1 inches of legroom in the front and 38.8 inches of backseat legroom. The table provided offers a more comprehensive look at the interior seating dimensions passengers enjoy in the 2022 Kia Soul.

DimensionFirst RowSecond Row
Legroom41.1 inches38.8 inches
Head room39.4 inches39.5 inches
Shoulder room55.5 inches54.7 inches

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