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Kia Carens prices hiked by up to Rs 70,000

Barely two months after its launch in India, the Kia Carens received its first price hike. Depending on the variant selection, Carens will cost up to Rs 70,000 more than the outgoing prices (ex-showroom).

The Kia Carens is available in five variants, including Premium, Prestige, Prestige +, Luxury and Luxury Plus, across six- to seven-seat layouts. Customers can choose between a 1.5-liter NA petrol engine with a six-speed manual unit, a 1.5-liter diesel engine with a six-speed manual unit or a six-speed torque converter automatic unit, or a 1.4-liter turbocharged petrol engine. Mill with a six-speed manual engine or a seven-speed DCT engine.

The prices of the Kia Carens Premium 1.4 Petrol MT 7S and Prestige + 1.4 Petrol DCT 7S variants have been increased by Rs 20,000, while the prices for the Luxury 1.4 Petrol MT 7S and Luxury Plus 1.4 Petrol MT 6S variants have increased by Rs 30,000 and Rs 35,000, respectively. Variants Prestige 1.4 Petrol MT 7S, Prestige + 1.4 Petrol MT 7S, Luxury Plus 1.4 Petrol MT 7S and Premium 1.5 Diesel MT 7S carry a premium of Rs 40,000 over launch prices.

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The price of the Kia Carens Luxury Plus 1.4 Petrol DCT 6S variant has increased by Rs 45,000, while the Luxury Plus 1.4 Petrol DCT 7S and Luxury 1.5 Diesel MT 7S variants are now Rs 50,000 more expensive. On the other hand, the Luxury Plus 1.5 diesel MT 6S variant is now priced at Rs 55,000.

Customers opting for the Premium 1.5 Petrol MT 7S, Prestige 1.5 Diesel MT 7S, Prestige Plus 1.5 Diesel MT 7S and Luxury Plus 1.5 Diesel MT 7S from Kia Carens MPV will have to exchange an additional Rs 60,000, while owners of the variant will have to Luxury Plus 1.5 Diesel AT 6S paid an additional Rs 65,000. The prices of the Prestige 1.5 Petrol MT 7S and Luxury Plus 1.5 Diesel AT 7S variants have increased by Rs. 70,000.

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