the fourth-generation Kia Grand Carnival was announced with a range of three engine options, led by the direct- and port-injected 3.5 litre petrol V6 engine producing 294 PS and 355 Nm of torque. This unit features cooled exhaust gas recirculation, integrated thermal management and a cross-flow system in order to maximise efficiency, while certain markets will get a port-injection version that outputs 272 PS and 332 Nm of torque.
A more torque-rich offering for load-lugging duties is the 2.2 litre Smartstream four-cylinder turbodiesel, which produces 202 PS and 440 Nm of torque. This unit employs an aluminium block in place of the previous generation’s cast-iron item, saving 20 kg in the process. All engines are mated with an eight-speed automatic.
Safety kit varies depending on the market it enters, though notable features include AEB with pedestrian and cyclist detection, adaptive cruise control with optional navigation guidance, lane centring assist, blind spot monitoring, traffic sign recognition, rear cross traffic alert and driver attention warning.
This is full review all you need to know about new KIA Carnival 2021. Now let’s experience the 4th generation Carnival. Touch Type Outside Door Handle. Sliding Door
Access Spot Lamp. DVRS (Drive Video Record System). User’s Manual. Custom Button. Voice Memo. Quiet Mode. Passenger Talk Mode. Rear Passenger Voice Recognition System. Bluetooth Multi-Connection. Air Cleaning System. Rear Seat Climate Control. Expandable Center Console. Heated Ventilated Seats. Cabinet Type Luggage Tray. 3rd Row Access Assist Handle.
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