Kia update the Carnival lineup with new features and two new trims
The Kia Carnival is quite easily of the most premium vehicles on offer in its price bracket. It would only be fair on Kia's path to refresh their premium MPV and add their new corporate logo and add a few new features and trim level options on offer.
With the launch of Limousine and Limousine Plus variations, Kia has restructured the trim line-up to provide a larger variety of trims for customers to choose from. The Limousine Plus is the new top of the range Carnival with a price tag of Rs 33.99 lakh while the Limousine variant will cost from Rs 31.99 lakh (ex-showroom)
The two new variants in the Kia Carnival lineup will strictly be available only in a 7-seater configuration. Over and beyond the Prestige trim, the all-new Limousine variant of the redesigned Kia Carnival comes with a slew of premium amenities. Luxury 2nd row VIP seats, premium Nappa leather, 10.1-inch dual touchscreen rear-seat entertainment system, smart pure air purifier and smart power tailgate are some of the new additional features.
The fully equipped Limousine Plus variant hosts additional features like Harman Kardon premium 8 speaker sound system, electronic parking brake, 10 way power driver seat, driver seat ventilation, leather wrapped steering wheel and gear knob, premium wood garnish and Highline TPMS.
The Kia Carnival now comes standard with 18-inch Crystal Cut Alloy Wheels on all trim levels, emphasising the vehicle's commanding appearance. Prestige, Limousine, and Limousine+ will now have Premium Leatherette Seats (with VIP Seats). The bolsters of the redesigned Carnival's VIP seats have exquisite diamond-shaped quilting, which provides more support, comfort, and enhances the overall appearance.
The Kai Carnival will continue to feature the 2.2-litre CRDi diesel motor that makes 200PS and 440 Nm of torque and will be mated to a six-speed automatic transmission.
The Kia Carnival range begins at Rs 24.95 lakh for the 7-seater Premium variant.
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