Fourth generation of Australia’s number-one people-mover up by more than $3000 across range
The 2021 Kia Carnival that enters showrooms this month will start from $46,880 plus on-road costs, marking a rise of $3690 at the entry level as the Korean brand’s top-selling eight-seater people-mover enters its fourth generation.
The price hike reflects significant improvements across the board for the bigger and more sophisticated new Kia Carnival, including a more powerful and economical 3.5-litre V6 petrol engine (216kW/355Nm) that replaces the previous 3.3-litre unit (206kW/336Nm).
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