Kia Carens bookings to start from this date, Pre-Booking Available

Kia Motors India has announced that bookings for the Carens MPV will open on January 14, 2022. On Thursday, the manufacturer announced the date in one of its Twitter tweets. The Hyundai Alcazar, Maruti Suzuki XL6, Tata Safari, Toyota Innova Crysta, and Mahindra Marazzo will all fight against the Kia Carens when it debuts.

After the Seltos, Carnival, and Sonet, the Kia Carens will be the South Korean brand's fourth passenger automobile in India. With models like the Seltos and Sonet, the company has had a lot of success. Kia is hoping to repeat that success with the Carens MPV.

The Kia Carens MPV will be the brand's first three-row vehicle in India. This will also be produced in India, at the automaker's factory in Anantpur, Andhra Pradesh. India will be the first country in the world to receive this MPV, ahead of any other market.


In terms of style, the Kia Carens has the look of a premium SUV, although it is essentially an MPV. The Kia Carens has a sleek front fascia that is distinct from the brand's other models sold in India. It gets large LED headlamps with integrated LED daytime running lights, a sleek humanity line, a large front grille with diamond-shaped weave and sleek chrome lining flanked by vertically slated LED fog lamps, and a large front grille with diamond-shaped mesh and sleek chrome lining flanked by vertically slated LED fog lamps.

Sporty alloy wheels, chrome door handles, turn indication integrated side mirrors, side sills and black cladding, dispersion wraparound LED taillights joined by a large reflector, muscular bumper with black cladding, chrome trim, and a sculpted tailgate are among the other features.

The Kia Carens MPV has a sleek and sophisticated interior with a number of amenities such as a digital instrument cluster, a huge 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system with a range of connectivity options, a dual-tone colour theme, leather seats, and so on.

Six airbags, ABS, ESC, HAC, VSM, DBC, BAS, all-wheel disc brakes, TPMS, and rear parking sensors are standard across all models of the Kia Carens MPV. The MPV is available with both petrol and diesel engines as a power source. The Kia Carens will be available with a seven-speed DCT automatic transmission with paddle shifters, as well as a six-speed manual gearbox.

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