Our new long-termer in the garage is a 2021 Kia Carnival Platinum. We will be living with it for 3 months with kids and reporting back on how it performs over a longer run. A past colleague once lamented the McLaren long-termer he was testing. Most would think that being
New-generation Kia Carnival lands soon with a slight price hike and plenty of new gear. Kia has announced pricing for its new fourth-generation Carnival which will soon be available to drive on Australian roads. The model line-up consists of the same four-tier S, Si, SLi and Platinum trims, though the
Lots of new tech, new engines, and a new look front the fourth-gen Kia Carnival. Kia has revealed the all-new fourth-generation Carnival, also known as the Sedona in some overseas markets. Calling its MPV a “Grand Utility Vehicle”, or GUV, the new model has fresh styling outside. At the front,
The most important piece of the new Kia Carnival revealed. Let’s face it, the Kia Carnival, and basically all family vans, have never been bought for sex appeal. It’s all about what’s inside that matters. And so Kia’s newest details of the new Carnival is the most important, revealing a
Kia’s new Carnival is due to hit Australian shores soon. Kia is keeping the people mover game strong, revealing its fourth generation Carnival to freshen up the segment. The new model is expected to arrive in Australia later this year or early-2021 bringing significant upgrades, not least of which is
Isaac Bober’s 2019 Kia Carnival Platinum Review with pricing, specs, performance, ride and handling, safety, verdict and score.
The refreshed 2018 Kia Carnival has arrived Down Under boasting a host of safety and “comfort” tweaks to keep the top-seller on top.