Kia Soul Wiper Blade Sizes (2008-2022)

Keeping your Kia Soul’s windshield clear is a top priority while you’re driving. To do this effectively, you need good wiper blades. If you have older wiper blades, you run the risk of obstructing your view with streaks that the wiper blades leave behind as they move back and forth (not to mention the constant squeak on each wiper cycle).

Armed with the chart on this page, finding good quality wiper blades is a quick and easy task. Rather than searching through countless sizes and styles at your local store, you can order exactly what you need without any hesitation. When you receive your new wiper blades, installing them is quick and easy, making this an all-around simple project.

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Kia Soul Wiper Blade Size Chart

2022Hatchback24"20"11"Bosch ICON
2021Hatchback24"20"11"Bosch ICON
2020Hatchback24"20"11"Bosch ICON
2019Hatchback24"20"11"Bosch ICON
2018Hatchback24"20"11"Bosch ICON
2017Hatchback24"20"11"Bosch ICON
2016Hatchback24"20"11"Bosch ICON
2015Hatchback24"20"11"Bosch ICON
2014Hatchback24"20"11"Bosch ICON
2013Hatchback24"20"11"Bosch ICON
2012Hatchback24"20"11"Bosch ICON
2011Hatchback24"20"11"Bosch ICON
2010Hatchback24"20"11"Bosch ICON
2009Hatchback24"20"11"Bosch ICON
2008Hatchback24"20"11"Bosch ICON

About the Kia Soul

When the Kia Soul first hit showroom floors in 2008, its exterior design was significantly different than anything else on the market at that time. While buyers loved the unique design, others criticized Kia’s attempts at making a unique vehicle. Now in its third generation, the Kia Soul has proved its naysayers wrong by remaining a popular vehicle in the subcompact crossover SUV category.

Although the current Kia Soul still maintains much of its original boxy design, it does so with fewer harsh angles, resulting in an SUV that fits well with the modern SUV aesthetic. Inside the Soul, you’ll find an interior that’s both upscale and minimalist, two hallmarks of modern Kia design.

Another great feature of the interior is the ample legroom. Front-row passengers enjoy 41.1 inches of legroom, while back-row passengers can indulge in 38.8 inches of space.

Under the hood of the Kia Soul is a 147-horsepower engine. While it won’t set any speed records, the Soul can get up to 60 miles per hour in only 6.4 seconds. This speed and agility is accentuated by the Soul’s responsive steering and elevated seating that offers greater visibility.

Those considering a Kia Soul may also want to consider the Hyundai Venue, Nissan Kicks and Cube, Honda Fit, and Mazda CX-5.

Like other Kia vehicles, the Kia Soul offers plenty of standard safety features. These features allowed the Soul to earn an overall Top Safety Pick award from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. This, among other outstanding features, is why J.D. Power awarded the Soul with the Small SUV of the Year award.

For an exceptionally solid small SUV that won’t break the bank, look no further than the Kia Soul.

See Also: Kia Niro, Kia Seltos, Kia Sportage, Kia Sorento, and Kia Forte