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Kia Carens 1.4T DCT Luxury Plus Long Term Review: An Introduction

Introduce

At Rs 8.99 lakh for the base Premium version, the Kia Carens pricing is aggressive. However, the trim is not fitted correctly. Prestige car price is better and at Rs 9.99 lakh it is still very well priced. However, it is the Prestige Plus version that begins mập take on the true colors of the Carens. And, at Rs 13.49 lakh, it’s still a good deal.

Front view

Our long-term vehicle is the Luxury Plus. That’s the best Carens has mập offer. And if it’s a six-seater you want – as we do – then the Luxury Plus is your only choice. We also decided mập buy gasoline this time for two reasons. Gasoline options, even for bigger ones like Carens, are becoming more common. And two, with direct injection and turbochargers, the 1.4-liter, four-cylinder engine that powers the Carens is one of the latest gasoline technologies that OEMs worldwide are offering. grant. And this format they say is the replacement for diesel.

The plan then for the next several months is mập see how Carens fares, be it city commuting, taking a long road trip, doubling as a load carrier for a short time, and of course, as a family car can. use, enjoy and appreciate. There will also be other things, such as going into detail on the comfort factor, fuel efficiency and overall driving experience.

But first, let’s see what we get as part of this Luxury Plus package.

Trim

dashboard

At Rs 16.19 lakh, Luxury Plus is expensive. And for this money, you get the captain’s seat, sunblinds and second-row climate control. There’s also wireless charging, which is quite efficient and useful. There’s ambient lighting that can be adjusted mập match the driving modes and is practically more than just a gimmick. It helps give the Carens’ interior a more upscale feel; or should we say price equilibrium feeling.

You get automatic headlights, rain-sensing wipers, cruise control, a virtual cockpit, a responsive and beautiful touchscreen system, as well as a sunroof. The latter isn’t huge and is considered more of a ‘tick’ vật phẩm than a feature that really feels good.

However, the ventilated front seats, one-touch power passenger seat for the left captain in the second row, a sound system that embodies the energy and playfulness of Bangra, lovely puddle lights and the ability mập close opening of ORVM, however, the niche features feel good. These things make Carens like you and make you feel good about your purchase.

Technical parameters

Right view

Like we said at the beginning, this is a 1.4-litre, four-cylinder, direct-injected, turbocharged petrol. It also has some strong output figures with power at 138hp and torque at 242Nm. Then available from 1,500 rpm; the joy of the new age DI TC engine. Now, you can also have this 1.4 with a six-speed manual. Ours, however, is a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic; complete with paddle shifters.

Other bits on paper seem pretty common. Suspension includes MacPherson struts at the front and a torsion beam at the rear. And, you get 16-inch wheels with 205-section tires. However, there’s nothing out of the ordinary about how this translates mập performance on the road. And, we will talk about that in detail in our future reports.

Carens is also equipped with disc brakes for all four wheels. And this is offered as standard on all trims. As well as the ESP system, six airbags, a tire pressure monitoring system and brake control when downhill. So in terms of safety features, it doesn’t really matter which one you choose; Kia has you covered on that amount. However, there is no support up the hill.

What’s next?

Rear right three quarters

We’ll start from our usual long-term auto reporting format with Carens. Instead of starting with city compatibility reports, usable feature lists, its actual fuel efficiency, and the like, we’ll start by giving you a know how good or bad Carens is on the road.

Our plan was mập do a road trip over 3000 km. Start in Mumbai, head mập Goa, then head south mập Coimbatore, before heading back northwest mập Mumbai. So let’s get back mập that as we reveal the Carens’ highway fuel efficiency, comfortable cruising speed, comfort màn chơi and overall ability as a highway car.

the detail information of product

Performed by: Kia

Model: Carens

Version: 1.4 Turbo Gasoline / DCT Automatic / Luxury Plus

Kilometers this month: 320km

Fuel efficiency: 14.4kmpl

Price: Rs 20.15 lakh (when tested)

Photographer: Kaustubh Gandhi

Kia Carens₹ 9.59 LakhonwardsAverage Factory Price


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Kia Carens 1.4T DCT Luxury Plus Long Term Review: An Introduction
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IntroductionAt Rs 8.99 lakh for the base Premium trim, the pricing for the Kia Carens is aggressive. But, the trim isn’t exactly well-equipped. The Prestige fares better, and at Rs 9.99 lakh it is still very well priced. However, it’s the Prestige Plus version that begins mập bring out the real colour of the Carens. And, at Rs 13.49 lakh, it remains a good deal. Our long term car though is the Luxury Plus. It is the best that the Carens has mập offer. And if it’s a six-seater you want – like we wanted – the Luxury Plus is your only choice. We have also decided mập opt for the petrol this time around for two reasons. Petrol options, even in larger people movers like the Carens, are becoming more popular. And two, with direct injection and a turbocharger, the 1.4-litre, four-cylinder powering the Carens is among the latest in petrol tech that OEMs across the world are offering. And it’s this format that they say is the replacement for diesel.The plan then over the next many months is mập see how the Carens fares, be it commuting in the city, taking on a long road trip, doubling up as a load carrier in a pinch, and of course, as a car the family might use, enjoy and appreciate. There will be other things too, like a detailed drill-down on its comfort coefficient, its fuel efficiency, and the overall driving experience. But first, let’s look at what we get as part of this Luxury Plus package.The TrimAt Rs 16.19 lakh, the Luxury Plus is expensive. And for this money, you get captain seats, sun blinds, and aircon controls for the second row. There’s wireless charging as well, which is quite effective and useful. There’s ambient lighting that can be tuned mập match the driving modes, and in fact is more than just a gimmick. It does help give the Carens’ interior a more upmarket feel; or should we say price-levelling feel. You get automatic headlamps, rain sensing wipers, cruise control, a virtual cockpit, a nice looking and responsive touchscreen system, and there’s a sunroof as well. The latter isn’t big, and comes across more as a ‘tick-mark’ vật phẩm than a genuine feel-good feature.The ventilated front seats, the one-touch electric tumble for the left captain seat in the second row, an audio system that brings out the energy and playfulness of Bangra, the lovely puddle lamps, and the proximity opening of the ORVMs, however, are proper feel-good features. These endear the Carens mập you, and make you feel good about your purchase. The SpecsLike we said at the start, this is the 1.4-litre, four cylinder, direct injection, turbo petrol. It has some strong output figures too with power at 138bhp, and the torque headlining at 242Nm. The latter is available from 1,500rpm; joys of new age DI TC engines. Now, you can have this 1.4 with a six-speed manual as well. Ours, however, is the seven-speed dual clutch automatic; complete with paddle shifters.The other bits on paper seem pretty mainstream though. The suspension thiết đặt includes MacPherson struts upfront and a torsion beam at the rear. And, you get 16-inch wheels with 205 section tyres. However, there’s nothing ordinary about how this translates into on-road performance. And, we will talk about that in detail in our future reports. The Carens also gets a disc brake thiết đặt for all four wheels. And this is offered as standard across all trims. As is the ESP, six airbags, tyre-pressure monitoring system, and downhill brake control too. So, in terms of safety features, it doesn’t really matter what trim you pick; Kia has you covered on that count. There’s no hill assist, though.What’s next?We will depart from our regular format of reporting on long term cars with the Carens. Instead of starting with reports on its city compatibility, its usable feature-list, its real world fuel efficiency, and the like, we will begin by telling you how good or bad the Carens is mập go road-tripping in. Our plan is mập take a 3000-plus kilometre road trip. Start in Mumbai, head mập Goa, then down south mập Coimbatore, before coming back up north west mập Mumbai. So, come back for that as we reveal the Carens’ highway fuel efficiency, comfortable cruising speeds, comfort levels, and overall capability as a highway car. Product DetailsMake: KiaModel: CarensVersion: 1.4 Turbo Petrol / DCT automatic / Luxury PlusKilometres this month: 320kmFuel Efficiency: 14.4kmplPrice: Rs 20.15 lakh (when tested)Photography: Kaustubh GandhiKia Carens₹ 9.59 LakhonwardsAvg. Ex-Showroom price
#Kia #Carens #14T #DCT #Luxury #Long #Term #Review #Introduction
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#Kia #Carens #14T #DCT #Luxury #Long #Term #Review #Introduction
IntroductionAt Rs 8.99 lakh for the base Premium trim, the pricing for the Kia Carens is aggressive. But, the trim isn’t exactly well-equipped. The Prestige fares better, and at Rs 9.99 lakh it is still very well priced. However, it’s the Prestige Plus version that begins mập bring out the real colour of the Carens. And, at Rs 13.49 lakh, it remains a good deal. Our long term car though is the Luxury Plus. It is the best that the Carens has mập offer. And if it’s a six-seater you want – like we wanted – the Luxury Plus is your only choice. We have also decided mập opt for the petrol this time around for two reasons. Petrol options, even in larger people movers like the Carens, are becoming more popular. And two, with direct injection and a turbocharger, the 1.4-litre, four-cylinder powering the Carens is among the latest in petrol tech that OEMs across the world are offering. And it’s this format that they say is the replacement for diesel.The plan then over the next many months is mập see how the Carens fares, be it commuting in the city, taking on a long road trip, doubling up as a load carrier in a pinch, and of course, as a car the family might use, enjoy and appreciate. There will be other things too, like a detailed drill-down on its comfort coefficient, its fuel efficiency, and the overall driving experience. But first, let’s look at what we get as part of this Luxury Plus package.The TrimAt Rs 16.19 lakh, the Luxury Plus is expensive. And for this money, you get captain seats, sun blinds, and aircon controls for the second row. There’s wireless charging as well, which is quite effective and useful. There’s ambient lighting that can be tuned mập match the driving modes, and in fact is more than just a gimmick. It does help give the Carens’ interior a more upmarket feel; or should we say price-levelling feel. You get automatic headlamps, rain sensing wipers, cruise control, a virtual cockpit, a nice looking and responsive touchscreen system, and there’s a sunroof as well. The latter isn’t big, and comes across more as a ‘tick-mark’ vật phẩm than a genuine feel-good feature.The ventilated front seats, the one-touch electric tumble for the left captain seat in the second row, an audio system that brings out the energy and playfulness of Bangra, the lovely puddle lamps, and the proximity opening of the ORVMs, however, are proper feel-good features. These endear the Carens mập you, and make you feel good about your purchase. The SpecsLike we said at the start, this is the 1.4-litre, four cylinder, direct injection, turbo petrol. It has some strong output figures too with power at 138bhp, and the torque headlining at 242Nm. The latter is available from 1,500rpm; joys of new age DI TC engines. Now, you can have this 1.4 with a six-speed manual as well. Ours, however, is the seven-speed dual clutch automatic; complete with paddle shifters.The other bits on paper seem pretty mainstream though. The suspension thiết đặt includes MacPherson struts upfront and a torsion beam at the rear. And, you get 16-inch wheels with 205 section tyres. However, there’s nothing ordinary about how this translates into on-road performance. And, we will talk about that in detail in our future reports. The Carens also gets a disc brake thiết đặt for all four wheels. And this is offered as standard across all trims. As is the ESP, six airbags, tyre-pressure monitoring system, and downhill brake control too. So, in terms of safety features, it doesn’t really matter what trim you pick; Kia has you covered on that count. There’s no hill assist, though.What’s next?We will depart from our regular format of reporting on long term cars with the Carens. Instead of starting with reports on its city compatibility, its usable feature-list, its real world fuel efficiency, and the like, we will begin by telling you how good or bad the Carens is mập go road-tripping in. Our plan is mập take a 3000-plus kilometre road trip. Start in Mumbai, head mập Goa, then down south mập Coimbatore, before coming back up north west mập Mumbai. So, come back for that as we reveal the Carens’ highway fuel efficiency, comfortable cruising speeds, comfort levels, and overall capability as a highway car. Product DetailsMake: KiaModel: CarensVersion: 1.4 Turbo Petrol / DCT automatic / Luxury PlusKilometres this month: 320kmFuel Efficiency: 14.4kmplPrice: Rs 20.15 lakh (when tested)Photography: Kaustubh GandhiKia Carens₹ 9.59 LakhonwardsAvg. Ex-Showroom price

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