2017 Kia Rondo Facelift Revealed – The facelifted Kia Rondo has been revealed and in depth ahead of its global public unveiling at the 2016 Paris motor show. Creatively, the modified Rondo – still known as the Carens in Europe – features an updated tiger nose grille, which now has a chrome body that stretches to the edge of the front lights. There’s also new an established of bumpers with squarer styling, new fog lighting, and revised images for the tail-lamps. The Rondo is now available too with new styles for its 16-, 17- and 18-inch alloy wheels.
On the inside, the Rondo is now available with infotainment systems with touchscreens that calculate 7.0 and 8.0 inches diagonally. Based on the level, these products can be outfitted with satellite navigation, reversing camera, and Android Auto and Apple CarPlay smartphone mirroring. Top-end European models appear fitted with a JBL Premium audio system with six speaker systems, a subwoofer, plus an external amplifier. The seat coverings happen to be offered a spruce up, with new styles for cars fitted with fabric upholstery, while the original leather-clad models have a new diamond weave design. The cabin also gains new piano black, and faux steel and carbon-nutritional fiber features.
Talking with CarAdvice, Kevin Hepworth, general director for company communications at Kia Australia, said local information for the updated Rondo would be revealed in the coming days. Stay tuned for an upgrade. The Rondo range was last adjusted in September 2015 when the diesel models were fallen from the selection, and satellite menu made regular. Despite that, last year Kia identified just 208 takers for the Rondo.