KIA Carnival Facelift

Carnival Facelift

Carnival Facelift

Estimated Price : ₹ 35 Lakh - ₹ 45 Lakh

Expected Launch : July 2024

Key Specifications

Mileage 15 kmpl
Engine 2.2L Engine
BHP 202 bhp
Transmission Automatic/Manual
Fuel Diesel
Seats 7,8
Mileage: 15 kmpl
Engine: 2.2L Engine
BHP: 202 bhp
Transmission: Automatic/Manual
Fuel: Diesel
Seats: 7,8

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 Kia Clavis Compact SUV - What To Expect?
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Kia Clavis Compact SUV - What To Expect?

In order to further strengthen its market position, Kia India is planning to add more SUVs to its product portfolio. Before the end of this year, the Korean automaker will introduce 3 new products including the new-gen Carnival, EV9 electric SUV and an all-new compact SUV in the country. While the new Carnival and EV9 will target a limited set of buyers, the new compact SUV (rumoured to be called the Kia Clavis) will target the masses. Kia Clavis Positioning It was speculated that the Clavis will be the brand's entry in the micro SUV category, which is dominated by Hyundai Exter and Tata Punch. However, the spy images confirm that the new SUV will be larger and will sit somewhere between the Sonet and the Seltos. It will be marketed as a lifestyle SUV and will target a different set of buyers looking for a rugged SUV. The SUV is expected to measure around 4 meters in length, which will allow Kia to avail GST benefits on cars under 4 meters in length & engine capacity less than 1.2-Litre. Design & Interior The new Kia Clavis has been spotted testing multiple times in India as well as in South Korea. The spy images reveal a more boxy and rugged styling compared to the Sonet. The design seems inspired from the Telluride, featuring a flatter nose and a flat roof with integrated roof rails. It has big window glass areas, flush-type door handles and dual-tone alloys. The front fascia has the signature Kia grille and a rugged bumper that houses broader air dam and LED headlamps, and front parking sensors. The small SUV will also come with a 360-degree surround-view camera. The rear has a large glass area, and vertically-stacked L-shaped LED tail-lights. The cabin of the new Kia Clavis will have a dual-tone scheme. The dashboard will be dominated by a Creta-like single screen for infotainment and instrument console. The SUV will have dual-tone leatherette seats with ventilated functions, a panoramic sunroof, automatic AC, multi-functional steering wheel and others. The bench-type seat in the rear has adjustable headrests for the side occupants, and an armrest. It comes with rear AC vents, phone charging sockets and 3-point seatbelts for all three occupants.  Specifications - Both ICE and Electric The electric SUV will be offered with both ICE and electric powertrain options. If reports are to be believed, the Kia Clavis could be the brand's first model to feature a hybrid powertrain. The ICE version is expected to share the powertrain options with the Sonet, which includes a 1.2L NA petrol and a 1.0L turbo petrol. Both manual and automatic gearbox options will be on offer. The rugged SUV will only be offered as a front-wheel-drive model. The electric model is likely to be equipped with a battery pack of around 30-35kWh with a front-axle-mounted electric motor. The electric SUV is expected to offer a range of around 350km to 400km on a single charge. Kia Clavis Launch Timeline & Expected Price Likely to be unveiled in India before the end of this year, the new Kia Clavis could be launched in our market in early 2025. The SUV could make its public debut at the 2025 Bharat Mobility Show in January. The ICE version will target the Maruti Brezza, Tata Nexon and entry-level variants of the VW Taigun & Skoda Kushaq. It is likely to be priced somewhere between Rs 9 lakh and Rs 16 lakh. Also Read: Upcoming Cars and SUVs Launching in April 2024

 Kia Seltos, Sonet, and Carens Offer the Lowest Maintenance Cost
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Kia Seltos, Sonet, and Carens Offer the Lowest Maintenance Cost

Kia Motors, a leading South Korean automobile manufacturer, made its foray into the Indian market in August 2019. With a reputation for providing innovative design, advanced technology, and reliable performance, Kia quickly gained traction among consumers in the country. According to a recent study by Frost & Sullivan, a renowned advisory company in India, Kia cars have been recognized as leaders in keeping maintenance costs low. These include popular models from the brand such as Kia Sonet, Seltos, and Carens. It indicates that compared to other cars in their categories, both the diesel and petrol variants of these Kia cars require less money for maintenance. Ain’t it great news for Kia owners because it means they can enjoy their cars without worrying too much about expensive upkeep? Let’s dig more! Kia Carens: 21 Percent Cheaper to Maintain Recent research suggests that the Kia Carens has become a top choice in the family vehicle category, standing out for its remarkably low maintenance costs compared to other similar vehicles. Both the petrol and diesel versions of the Carens offer significantly lower maintenance expenses, with petrol models being 21 percent cheaper to maintain and diesel models being 26 percent cheaper. Moreover, the diesel models not only shine in terms of cost efficiency but also boast the lowest initial purchase price. Starting at Rs 10.45 lakh (ex-showroom), the Carens MPV provides two engine options; a 1.5-litre turbo-petrol unit and a 1.5-litre diesel motor. This makes the MPV an appealing option for families looking for a reliable and budget-friendly four-wheeler without compromising on performance. Also Read: Cars and SUVs Launching in March 2024 Kia Seltos: 17 Percent More Cost Effective to Maintain Next in line is the Kia Seltos which offers significant savings in maintenance costs. Its petrol variants have maintenance expenses that are 17 percent lower than the industry average. Similarly, the diesel versions of the Seltos also boast competitive maintenance costs. When considering the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO), the Seltos closely follows the top performers of the segment, with the second-best TCO for its diesel trim and the third-best for its petrol variant. The compact SUV comes equipped with a range of engine options including a 1.5-litre petrol, a 1.5-litre turbo-diesel, and a new 1.5-litre turbo-petrol unit delivering impressive power. With prices starting from Rs 10.89 lakh (ex-showroom), the Kia Seltos Facelift offers a compelling combination of affordability and performance for Indian new car buyers. Kia Sonet: 14 Percent Lower Maintenance Cost The report also highlighted the cost-saving benefits of owning a Kia Sonet subcompact SUV. Both its petrol and diesel variants boast maintenance costs that are notably lower than the average for similar vehicles. Specifically, Sonet's petrol variants offer maintenance expenses that are 16 percent lower, while the diesel versions feature costs 14 percent lower than the segment average. The Sonet Facelift’s petrol lineup comprises a range of engines, including a 1.2-litre naturally aspirated petrol unit, a 1.0-litre turbo petrol mill, and a 1.5-litre turbocharged motor. With prices starting from Rs 7.99 lakh (ex-showroom), the Kia Sonet presents an appealing option for those seeking a cost-effective yet performance-driven subcompact SUV. Also Read: Hyundai Creta N-Line Variants and Features Leaked Online

Kia to Launch Carens EV in India
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Kia to Launch Carens EV in India

Kia Motors India is planning to expand its presence in the electric vehicle (EV) market with its new offerings. According to recent media reports, the car brand intends to roll out two new mass-market EVs in the country within the next 18 months. As disclosed by the company's President & CEO, Ho Sung Song, one of these will be Kia's highly popular model, the Carens. While the details of the second model are still under wraps. Upcoming Kia Cars Reports also suggest that the manufacturer will unveil a mass-market electric SUV possibly named Kia Clavis (internally known as AY-EV) upon its debut in the latter part of 2025. Simultaneously, the brand is preparing to introduce the Carens-based EV, referred to as the KY-EV. What is intriguing is that the South Korean automaker is also set to launch the petrol-powered AY SUV by the first half of 2025. It is believed that they are projecting combined sales of 50,000-60,000 units for both EVs by 2026. Kia Cars: Future Plans in EV Segment Looking ahead, Kia has ambitious plans to release a total of 15 EV models by 2027. This year will witness the debut of the EV3, followed by subsequent launches such as the EV2, EV4, and EV5. These will be targeting major markets for a total of 6 mass-market offerings. Kia Carens: Updated Version Recently, Kia also revealed an updated version of its 3-row MPV, the Carens. With a starting price of Rs 12.11 lakh (ex-showroom), this refreshed model introduces 9 additional variants, bringing the total number to 30. The upgrades include a new diesel engine option, a range of fresh features, and additional exterior colour choices. Also Read: Hyundai Creta Facelift Becomes More Expensive

2024 Kia Carens Launched at Rs 12.11 Lakh
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2024 Kia Carens Launched at Rs 12.11 Lakh

Kia Motors India has unveiled an updated iteration of its 3-row MPV, the Carens. Priced at Rs 12.11 lakh (ex-showroom), this facelifted version introduces 9 new variants, expanding the total count to now 30. Among the updates are a new diesel powertrain, a range of new features, and an additional exterior colour. 2024 Kia Carens: Key Changes Initially launched last October, the Carens X-Line model has received significant upgrades. These include a dashcam and voice commands to control all windows. The seating configuration has also been updated to 7 seats from the previous 6-seat option. Moreover, the charger provided with this model has been upgraded to a more powerful 180W from the old 120W charger. Other trims of the Carens have also been enriched with new features. The Prestige+ (O) variant now gets a sunroof, room lamp, and LED’s. The Prestige (O) trim offers a leatherette-wrapped gear knob, smart key with push-button start function, LED DRLs, LED tail lamps, and positioning lamp. Meanwhile, the Premium (O) option comes equipped with an 8-speaker audio system, keyless entry, mounted controls on steering wheels, burglar alarm, shark fin antenna, and enhanced safety equipment. 2024 Kia Carens: Colour Options A new exterior colour option, Pewter Olive, has been introduced for all trims except the X-Line model, expanding the colour choices to 8 single-tone, 3 dual-tone, and 1 matte-grey exclusive to the X-Line trim. 2024 Kia Carens: Powertrain Option Kia has introduced a new 1.5-litre diesel engine paired with a 6-speed manual transmission to the Carens model lineup. The power output of this new U2 1.5 VGT diesel engine remains undisclosed. Apart from this, the vehicle is available with a 1.5-litre naturally aspirated petrol and a 1.5-litre turbocharged unit. Kia Carens: Pricing The updated Carens comes in various trims, with the base model priced at Rs 10.52 lakh (ex-showroom), while the facelifted models start at Rs 12.11 lakh (ex-showroom). The top-tier X-Line model, now boasting exclusive features, commands a price tag of Rs 19.67 lakh (ex-showroom). Also Read: 8th Gen BMW 5 Series Spied in India

KIA Carnival Facelift FAQ

The price of the upcoming KIA Carnival Facelift is expected to be in the range of Rs 25  to Rs 32 lakh (ex-showroom).

The estimated launch date of the upcoming KIA Carnival Facelift is set around December 2022.

The KIA Carnival premium MPV will based on a new platform and will feature significant design changes. The car is also expected to get a slew of feature upgrades that include ADAS, UVO Connected Car tech and more.

The upcoming KIA Carnival Facelift will compete with the likes of the Toyota Innova Crysta in its segment

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