2022 Kia Carnival Review

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The Kia Carnival is listed as a multi-purpose ride and that is exactly what you’ll gain with the 2022 edition. It is full of innovations with a family focus. It also has an overall design and engineering built for any drive.

From family vacations to carpooling around Jenkintown, Rydal, and Glenside, PA, our Sussman Kia team is here to show you what the 2022 Carnival has to offer!

A Spacious Cabin Ready for Any Plans 

Kia Carnival Interior SeatsFrom taking the team to practice to heading out on shopping sprees, the Kia Carnival interior is built to give you the adaptability your lifestyle demands. You can choose from multiple configurations, including whether you want a 7-passenger or an 8-passenger ride. Either way, everyone has a great deal of headroom and legroom.

Treat your friends or your teenage kids to extreme comfort with the available VIP Lounge Seating. This lets them fully recline the second-row seats, raise the footrests, and get comfortable for your next road trip.

Plus, whether you bought new furniture for the house, flowers for the garden, or need to load up extra luggage and supplies, just fold down any of the rear seats that aren’t being used. With the Kia Carnival, you can use anywhere from 40.2 cubic feet to 145.1 cubic feet of cargo space.

Full of Innovation 

Kia Carnival TechnologyThe 2022 Kia Carnival also comes with a vast number of technology features. From helping you steer and travel with the flow of traffic out on the highways to keeping everyone entertained, there is a range of standard and available features in the Carnival.

You’ll feel more confident and your mind will be at ease as you drive thanks to assistive technology features that comes standard, including:

  • Forward Collision Avoidance-Assist with Pedestrian Detection
  • Driver Attention Warning with Leading Vehicle Departure Alert
  • Lane Keeping Assist
  • Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist

There are many family-focused features that add more fun and convenience to your travels. Stay personally connected through Android Auto™ or Apple CarPlay®, so you can put on your tunes and safely make calls or respond to texts hands-free while driving.

With an available 2-way intercom system, you can easily talk with the kids in the back, while the available Passenger View with Night Vision lets you take a quick check to see if they are napping. This helpful feature provides a live view of the rear seats on the center touch screen.

The kids can watch movies or stream videos right from their compatible devices on the dual-screen, rear-seat entertainment system that is also available in the 2022 Carnival.

2022 Kia Carnival Performance Specs

Kia Carnival PerformanceUnder the hood sits a highly capable and well-performing V6 engine. This 3.5L V6 engine generates 290 horsepower and 262 lb-ft of torque with that power being smoothly sent to the wheels via an 8-speed automatic transmission.

With that performance, getting up to highway speeds is a breeze. Plus, it helps give the Kia Carnival the ability to tow up to 3,500 pounds when properly equipped, which will let you take the camper out for some summer fun with the family!

Even with that power and its overall size, the 2022 Kia Carnival still is able to get an EPA-estimated 19 city/26 highway MPG, which beats out smaller models on the market.1

Come See What Else Awaits in the Kia Carnival 

As you can see, there is a lot that the 2022 Kia Carnival offers, especially for families throughout the Jenkintown, Rydal, and Glenside, PA, areas. Plus, this review just scratches the surface of what features and capabilities it provides.

Come discover what else you gain with this Kia vehicle by stopping by Sussman Kia and scheduling a test drive now!

EPA fuel economy estimates. Actual mileage will vary with options, driving conditions, driving habits, and your vehicle’s condition.

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