Introducing the 2025 Kia Carnival: Elevating the People Mover Experience

Introducing the 2025 Kia Carnival: Elevating the People Mover Experience banner

The highly anticipated 2025 Kia Carnival is set to redefine the standards of the people mover segment in Australia. With a comprehensive facelift and a host of new features, this updated model promises to elevate comfort, convenience, and style for drivers and passengers alike.

Price Adjustments Reflecting Enhanced Value

With the facelift, Kia has introduced price adjustments across the Carnival lineup, aligning the model with its enhanced features and technology. The entry-level S petrol variant now starts from $50,150 before on-road costs, representing a $2670 increase over its predecessor. Meanwhile, the S diesel variant starts from $52,380, reflecting a $2900 increase.

Streamlined Naming Conventions

In addition to price adjustments, Kia has simplified the Carnival lineup's naming conventions, replacing the previous Si, SLi, Special Edition, and Platinum grades with Sport, Sport+, GT-Line Lite, and GT-Line variants, respectively. This realignment aims to provide greater clarity and consistency for consumers.

Enhanced Features for Every Variant

Each Carnival variant boasts a range of upgraded features designed to enhance comfort, safety, and connectivity. The entry-level Carnival S now comes standard with front parking sensors, a centre front airbag, rear occupant alert, and an eight-speaker sound system, among other enhancements.

Moving up the range, the Carnival Sport is expected to offer faux leather seat trim, keyless entry, push-button start, and additional convenience features. The Sport+ variant adds side parking sensors, rain-sensing wipers, a digital rear-view mirror, and blind-spot assist for enhanced safety and convenience.

The GT-Line Lite, replacing the Special Edition, features an impressive array of premium amenities, including an 11-inch head-up display, a 12-speaker sound system, heated and ventilated front seats, a heated steering wheel, and remote parking capabilities.

Cutting-Edge Technology and Connectivity

The 2025 Kia Carnival introduces advanced technology features, including a panoramic curved display housing a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster and a 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment system. Equipped with Kia's new Connected Car Navigation Cockpit (ccNC), the infotainment system supports wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto and is capable of receiving over-the-air updates, ensuring that drivers stay connected and informed on the go.

Uncompromising Performance

Under the hood, the Carnival retains its powerful and efficient drivetrains. The base 3.5-litre V6 petrol engine delivers 216kW of power and 355Nm of torque, while the optional 2.2-litre four-cylinder turbo-diesel engine produces 148kW of power and 440Nm of torque. Both engines are paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission, providing smooth and responsive performance for every journey.

Looking Ahead

While the 2025 Kia Carnival Hybrid is set to make its Australian debut later this year, pricing details are yet to be confirmed. With its innovative features and commitment to excellence, the Carnival Hybrid is expected to further enhance the model's appeal to environmentally conscious drivers.

Experience the Future of People Moving

The 2025 Kia Carnival is poised to revolutionize the people mover experience, offering unparalleled comfort, convenience, and technology for drivers and passengers alike. With its updated design, enhanced features, and uncompromising performance, the Carnival sets a new standard for family-friendly transportation. Visit your nearest Kia dealership to explore the future of people moving and take a test drive today.

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