The Kia Carnival is a five-door people mover that has been a mainstay in the people mover segment.
Known as the Carnival the world over, except for America where it's called the Sedona, and entered its third-generation in 2014.
After a facelift in 2018, the KiaCarnival begins at just under $45,000 and extends north to over $60,000 for high-spec variants.
The variant structure starts from the S and walks up to the Platinum on both engine ranges, increasing the luxury options and technology, with a difference of around $2500 separating a petrol from diesel variant.
It comes in one body style: a five-door wagon. All variants seat eight people. The rear doors on a Kia Carnival slide open, like the doors on many commercial vans. But the interior seats are configurable.
The Kia Carnival measures over five metres long, at 5115mm. It's also 1747mm wide, and 1755mm high.
How many seats are inside the Kia Carnival?
The Kia Carnival carries up to eight people in comfort and style, with an airy and inviting cabin that exhibits plenty of clever details – and can swallow stacks of luggage.
How many child seats can you fit in a Kia Carnival?
With a trio of ISO FIX points in the second row, and each outboard seatback in the rear rows offering child-seat strap latches, the Carnival is purpose built for transporting children in a variety of cradles or booster seats up to the age of 11 or so, without their bits and pieces affecting other passengers.
What is the Kia Carnival tow rating?
Whether petrol or diesel, the Kia’s towing capacity is a competitive 2000kg with a braked trailer. The max towball download weight is 200kg.