The Kia Grand VQ-R is a long wheelbase rendition of the famous Carnival minivan (known as "Sedona" in some advertises) that has been produced particularly for fare to the Chinese business sector, mulling over the current financial environment in China including rising oil costs and the quickly changing way of life patterns of Chinese shoppers who progressively invest more recreation energy with their families. The Kia Grand VQ-R will likewise take into account those looking for an official business vehicle that offers an adaptable, ample space in which to lead business progressing.

The Kia Grand VQ-R will be equipped with the same competitive R2.2 diesel engine found in the Sorento CUV currently marketed in China. The R2.2 diesel engine found in the Kia Grand VQ-R is coupled with a 6-speed automatic transmission and offers best-in-class power and torque as well as fuel consumption.

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