Tuesday June 22, 2010, posted by Staff
Vehicle 2008 KIA CARNIVAL VQ MY08 SWB
Colour BLACK – Windows Tinted Black
Transmission 5 Speed Manual
Body 5 door 8 seat WAGON & Side steps
Drive Type Front with after market alloy wheels, (orig. Wheels Inc.)
Engine 6 cylinder Unleaded Multi-point injected 2.7L (2656cc)
Towing Braked 1,500kgs
Towing Not Braked 650kgs
Reg Plate Victorian Rego (Melbourne)
Remainder of 5 year Unlimited Warranty, low kilometers , excellent condition family people mover with verstile and removable seating, dual door access. Affordable and classy looking people mover ideal for your growing family.
“Kia Carnival’s low running costs and overall affordability have been clearly recognised by people-mover buyers across the country, and have helped the Kia Carnival range of people movers achieve a one-third share of the market,” said Bill Gillespie, Director of Sales and Marketing at Kia Motors Australia.
The Kia Carnival is a large comfortable true seven-seat MPV that does the job of transporting all the kids well. The pliant suspension helps the Carnival to move around in plenty of comfort, even if you’re fully seven-up. There’s plenty of space for seven too, so nobody should feel cramped. The engine is a smooth 2.7 V6 with 136Kw, so the manual makes moving it more frugal. The 2.7 V6 uses on average 11L/100km. so it shouldn’t be too much bother at the fuel pump. There’s space for seven adults, and the boot is huge. This is probably one of the cheapest, biggest family wagons available at a reasonable cost.
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Saturday February 27, 2010, posted by JMC
The VHRR Phillip Island Classic ‘Festival of Sport’ will be held at Phillip Island, Victoria on 19 – 21 March 2010.
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Monday November 9, 2009, posted by Staff
Kia has scooped two category wins in the Wheels Gold Star Cars awards, Wheels magazine’s annual rating of the best ownership propositions in the Australian car market.
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Monday February 16, 2009, posted by Staff
The Hyundai-Kia Automotive Group announced last night that it is donating $300,000 towards the 2009 Victorian Bushfire Fund to assist individuals and communities affected by the devastating fires.
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