With his brothers Rio and Soul, the Kia Carens also known as Rondo will debut at the Paris Motor Show. Kia recently announced new details on a wide variety of upgrades that will be installed on Carens MPV. In October, just after its unveiling at the 2016 Paris Motor Show, technology updates should be available across Europe. The goal of Kia to add more value to their vehicles is very widespread by improving the appearance and functionality of Carens. By Kia continuing to bring their latest models up to date with the latest model designs, safety, connectivity and car ambience, there is no reason why not consider them a solid option among other competitors.
2017 Kia Carens Design
The 2017 Kia Carens upgrades there are some highlights that immediately caught our attention. The most prominent exterior features of the vehicle are the revised front and rear bumpers and fog light designs, their signature tiger nose grid that has become very popular in the Optima. Other potential improvements that will vary on the chosen trim are 16 “, 17” and 18 “newly designed aluminum alloy wheels so you can navigate in style, as well as the front and rear lights up to date for a Night walk with family.Interior wise interior of seven Caren seats have been upgraded by all new seat upholstery, option available are a new model of knitted fabric, or luxurious leather upholstery Diamond-woven fabric.Inside trim the interior trim has a new metallic or glossy black color throughout the cabin as well as the sporty carbon effect on the dashboard.Finally, the interior color options options are available in Black or beige Overall, the 2017 Kia Carens update seems to hit the sweet spot by finding a common ground between a full size SUV and SUV, and appears to meet the needs of large and medium-sized families who need Space, MPG, and would like something good.
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2017 Kia Carens Engine
Three engines are proposed: a gasoline of 1.6 liter and 114bhp and 134bhp versions of a diesel of 1.7 liters. The gasoline engine is smooth, but feels gutless at low rpm. The 134bhp diesel does not have difficulty hanging around a heavily loaded Carens, although it is not as flexible as some engines in rival MPVs; You must keep the towers above about 1600rpm. The low power diesel is not as fast, but it is more flexible and has a smoother power delivery, so this is our favorite.