Thank you, I was not even aware of that. Probably why the difficulty in finding them.I'm not sure they make one for the 2014. There have been multiple threads posted here looking for them, none of them successful as far as I know.
It probably wouldn't be that hard to fabricate one out of something like 1/4 inch plywood.
Yes! That is exactly what I am looking for. Now I just need to find one nearby. Thank you Trey. I know there is new and, from what I have heard, a pretty good salvage yard down somewhere in your area. It might be worth checking out and see if they have anything.Are you talking about the one that is flush with the top of the rear seats? If so this should be it https://dallas.craigslist.org/ndf/pts/d/kia-soul-cargo-cover/6224404017.html
Mine was also not included and contemplating buying one or not for a year. They are hard to find but ebay has 1 if this the same as the craigslist one you are looking for.
All the mounting points and such are already there, it's just missing the shelf itself.Wouldn't you have to buy the mounting hardware and screw it in? I was looking at the same issue. I figured, buy the mounting hard points and the cover and VOILA! you in bidness. After a little drill, screwdriver, and probably superglue work.
Well, that is a bummer. Though, it might make for a good road-trip. Though, I hate driving in Dallas.I never have found a salvage in my area that had the 2nd gen souls to part out. I had to go to Dallas TX to get the parts I needed last year and the area seems to keep them in stock. I might go back down there when it cools down to pick up some more parts I need.
I agree with tmport, but this is more or less what I was after, keeping things out of sight for when I travel. Kind of make it a little more difficult for the opportunist to decide whether it's worth it or not. Not that it would stop them if they decide to, but they may move on if they can't see anything.2014 covers are easy to find overall. I have seen them on Craigslist and some car swap sites as well as ebay. I use mine all the time to keep things out of site.
Just don't forget.If my car hadn't come with one, I wouldn't buy it--and this is coming from someone who immediately bought a spare tire, mug guards, and side door protectors. All Souls comes with tinted rear windows and rear hatch, correct? In that case, it's not needed. And, frankly, it's a pain in the butt. It doesn't rise automatically when the hatch opens, which means you have to flip it up manually when you are trying to load anything in there. And if you forget to flip it back down, you have zero rear visibility when you drive off. This car is so well designed and has so many thoughtful touches, but the rear cargo cover is not one of them.
That looks just like the tray that came with the 2016 Plus--the hook on the front part loops over the pegs on the sidewall and the pegs on the tray snap into the indentations on the sidewall.cargo cover on a Canadian model, but would presume it would be the same as the US models. You can see the side support is all part of the wall panel moulding and not a separate piece that can be easily added.
I don't have it on my Soul, but find its not that important to me, the space from the back seat to the rear hatch glass is so short and heavy dark tinted glass at the back and sides makes it very difficult to see anything in that area and also if its anything small and valuable there is always all the underfloor storage area to make use of it and then no one can see it.