The latest Kia Carnival of the fourth generation has been unveiled and will attract the attention of those who love the old limousine. The Kia Carnival Hi-Limousine goes hand in hand with its Greatness for its home market, South Korea. This minibus is 5,155 millimeters long and can seat 11 people.
With no center row, this Kia Carnival minivan has just four seats and a high-roof configuration. With the new features, the basis of the large van is a massive massage. It also has a 21.5-inch raised-ceiling screen and an air purifier. The Kia Carnival kit looks endless because it has cold and hot glasses, a high roof with LED ambient lighting, to create a pleasant atmosphere and to create folded curtains. The rest of the lights in the minibus cabin have diode lights.
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The Kia Carnival gets power from a 3.5-liter gasoline engine that can generate 290 liters of power and a peak torque of 355 Nm. Its variant has a 2.2-liter diesel engine with a power output of 199 hp and a peak torque of 441 Nm. The minibus has 19-inch wheels and has risen in height from 305 mm to 2045 mm due to the roof hole.
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This nine-seater and seven-seater minivan will cost around $ 53,000 (approximately ₹39 lakh) and $ 56,000 (approximately) ₹41 lakh) respectively. And if you want to go for the four-seater model, you’ll have to throw in about $ 77,000, roughly ₹57 lakh.