Kia Carnival: Drive Like A Pro

Kia Carnival is a minivan manufactured by Kia Motors. The vehicle was introduced in the year 1998 and marketed across several countries with different name plates. It is prominently known as Kia Sedona and it is currently in its second generation. Carnival is being marketed since 2006, which includes a rebadged variant in United States –The Entourage for 2007 and 2008 model years.

In the year 2010, for certain markets, the second generation Kia Carnival received updates with respect to engine choices and equipment. The corporate grille that you see here is also known as tiger nose and it is designed by Design Chief, Peter Schreyer.

The company introduced the 2nd generation Kia Sedona for North American customers in the year 2005. The vehicle was introduced at Chicago Auto Show, offering a single transmission choice. It is powered by a 3.8 L V6 engine that comes with a continuously variable intake and 5-speed manumatic auto transmission.

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Recent reviews and test drives from the world

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