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Kia Carens giving tough competition to Maruti Ertiga, read prices of all variants in 2 minutes

New Delhi.
Kia India launched Apni last month. This car is getting tremendous support from the customers, where 19,000 units have been booked even before its launch. It is a Multi Utility Vehicle (MUV). The company has launched it in both 6-seater and 7-seater options. In the Indian market, it has a direct and tough competition from vehicles like (Maruti Suzuki Ertiga) and Hyundai Alcazar (Hyundai Alcazar). Today we are going to tell you about the prices of all its variants. After this, you will be able to decide for yourself which variant will be the most economical in your budget. So let’s have a look…

Kia Carens: Prices of all variants
Its starting price in the Indian market is Rs 8.99 lakh, which goes up to Rs 16.19 lakh on its top end variant.

trims Petrol Smartstream 1.5 Turbo Petrol Smartstream 1.4T Diesel 1.5L CRDi VGT
Premium Rs 8.99 lakh Rs 10.99 lakh Rs 10.99 lakh
Prestige Rs 9.99 lakh Rs 11.99 lakh Rs 11.99 lakh
Prestige Plus 6MT – Rs 13.49 lakh 7DCT – Rs 14.59 lakh Rs 13.49 lakh
Luxury Rs 14.99 lakh Rs 14.99 lakh
Luxury Plus (6/7Seater) 6MT – Rs 16.19 lakh 7DCT – Rs 16.99 lakh 6MT – Rs 16.19 lakh 6AT – Rs 16.99 lakh

Note- Also these are introductory prices. The company may revise their prices in the coming time. These are all ex-showroom prices.

How did Karens do in performance?

trims SmartStream G1.4 T-GDi SmartStream G1.5 1.5L CRDi VGT
fuel type petrol petrol diesel
fuel system GDi DPFi CRDi
Displacement (CC) 1353 1497 1493
maximum power 140 PS 140 PS 115 PS
peak torque 242 Nm 144 Nm 250 Nm
Transmission 6MT/7DCT 6MT 6MT/6AT

Kia Currency comes with three engines in the Indian market. In this, customers get the option of both petrol and diesel. It gets the option of 6MT, 6AT and 7DCT. Customers can book it online or by visiting the company’s official dealership. For this a token amount of Rs 25,000 will have to be paid.

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