Now you can book Kia Carens for Rs. 25,000; Check details

Yesterday 14 June, Kia India started taking booking orders for its upcoming luxury MPV Carens, which will give a tough fight with a broad range of rivals across price brackets, including the Maruti Suzuki XL6, Hyundai Alcazar, Tata Safari, Mahindra XUV700, and Toyota Innova Crysta. The premium MPV may be reserved for 25,000 on the Kia India website and at Kia India outlets throughout the nation. The all-new Kia Carens, according to Kia India, is intended as a luxury SUV with the practicality of an MPV. The MPV is designed differently than the other three Kia models available in India: Seltos, Carnival, and Sonet.

Talking about its cour option here are fantastic options for Kia Carens MPV these are Imperial Blue, Moss Brown, Sparkling Silver, Intense Red, Aurora Black Pearl, Gravity Grey, Glacier White Pearl, 

The distinctive tiger-nose front grille is gone on the Kia Carens MPV. Instead, it receives a fully new front fascia with integrated LED daytime running lights and slim LED headlights. As a humanity line running between the headlights, the MPV receives a sleek chrome accent. Three-stack vertically positioned fog lights and a chrome accent are added to the front bumper and huge air intake grille.

The MPV has alloy wheels and a flowing design that improves the vehicle's aerodynamic performance. It has elegant LED taillights and an LED strip at the back. The layout and features of the Kia Carens MPV give it a luxury feel inside.

It has a big digital infotainment display and a digital instrument cluster. The seat and upholstery materials look to be of high quality, and the three-row seating plan provides enough of room and comfort for the passengers.

The MPV comes standard with six airbags in all trim levels, as well as nine extra safety measures as part of the Robust 10 Hi-Safety package. ABS, ESC, VSM, and Hill Assist are all included.

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