What used Kia Carens MPV will I get for my budget?
An early Kia Carens from 2013 will set you back around £7000 for a 1.7 CRDi model. If you need a petrol Carens, you’ll need to spend a little bit more at around £8000, because they weren’t that popular when they were new. So the limited numbers that are around now are usually lower-mileage examples that will be worth more money.
Up the budget to £10,000 and you will find a 2015 diesel car in our preferred 2 trim with around 25,000 miles and the majority of its warranty left. If you’d like a facelifted car from 2017 onwards, you’ll need around £13,000.