I'm Laura Reynolds with CarProUSA. Kia Product Strategy Manager Carnival Joseph Choi says the Carnival has bigger screens and cameras. Choi: "Look at the center display screen, right off the bat it is the 12.3-inch center display screen. We also have a dual screen set up that you can get with a digital cluster that's also 12.3-inches. A lot of people liken it to a Mercedes type set-up but maybe even better than that. But it's not just screen size that's impressive, it's that it makes all the feature that utilize the screen that much more valuable and they just pop that much more. So and you have the passenger view camera which is the in-cabin camera that looks at the second and third rows, you can zoom, it has night vision, all that. It's on a huge screen now whereas other competitors that have offered it on a much tinier screen, and then things like the surround view monitor, a 360 camera that makes use of all that utility space in that screen.” The Carnival has driver assist technology and sliding rear doors. Starting MSRP is $32,100.
Marketing Manager Cadillac Sedans Meagan Quinn says you don’t have to sacrifice trunk space in the roomy Cadillac CT4. Quinn: "I do an outdoor yoga class at a golf course every Saturday morning and golfers constantly want to talk to me about the car so I did keep a set of golf clubs in my trunk as a prop almost for awhile because people wanted to put their clubs in my car to see if they fit which they do, so it was a great experiment which was really as I said when people approach me in a parking lot it's a really great experiment to show them the trunk space and that a full set of golf clubs fit into a lux 2 smaller car in the segment." The 2021 CT4 has available 2.7 liter, dual-volute turbocharged engine with a 4.8 available transmission. Starting MSRP for the Cadillac CT4 is $58,995. For more information on these and other vehicles, check out CarProUSA.com. With Today’s Auto News, I’m Laura Reynolds.
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