Yes, by $300 to $500, depending on model.


The price on the base Soul is up by $500 to $15,125; the Soul+ is up by $400 to $17,475; and the Soul! is up by $300 to $20,675. The prices include the $775 destination charge, which has increased $25 for the 2013 model year. The big change is that Bluetooth hands-free phone connectivity is now standard on all models.

The Soul’s combination of looks, functionality, fuel economy and reasonable prices helped make it one of the fastest-selling cars in October 2012. On average, each Soul sat on a dealer’s lot for just nine days before finding a new home.

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