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Melbourne - August: Other - Carnival - 2005 - $5,999 duplicate 1

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Available: August

Selling in: Melbourne

Sellers name: Marie

Make: Other

Model: Carnival

Gears: Automatic

Manufactured year: 2005

Registration number: XSK770

Registered in: VIC

Registration expires: 11 months

Approx KMs at time of advertising: 240,000

Car Condition: Still looking and going well!

Colour: White

Price: $5,999

Marie registered with HCC as a traveller

Phone: 0474 851 767  (Telstra mobile)                                                                                                                                                                                                                  


Kia Carnival Backpacker Car- Melbourne
240. 000 km
Rego 1 year (28.06.2017)
Available from 01.08.2016
Warranty and maintenance manual complete

How can you describe your car best? It's a big family car and nothing like our plan in the beginning to buy a 4WD. The outside doesn't very sportive but the engine is very reliable and has never let us down. Automatic car means less thinking about changing gears so you can focus on driving on the left. The seats in the back and the wooden box which can be used to fit in all your stuff, together, build the construction for the bed where the mattress is laying on. Especially with two girls who need much space, there is still plenty of space to sleep. During our trip, we were using the room together with four people to eat Dinner, watch a movie or play cards. This may seem unreal, but it always have been comfy, relaxing and unforgettable evenings. It will also be possible to travel with four people if you fold the mattress, because then you can easily use the back seats. Traveling with more nice people also means sharing petrol costs with more people so you would have the chance to save money. The Kia in general needs less fuel than a 4WD does - that means less than 10 liters while driving on a country road. In the pictures it may look like a lot of camping stuff but it fits easily in the boot or the wooden box. When it's time to go to sleep we just need to put our luggage in the front seats and push them to the very front to get everything ready.
We didn't fall in love at first but all the advantages made us love the Kia very fast. The life on the road, as well as the life as Backpacker in general, has been one of the most amazing experiences in our lives. It hasn't been possible to stay at one place for a long time because there was always more to see, more lovely people to meet, just more to discover.

We hope you will make the same impressive experiences and learn to love the Kia as much as we did!    

Cora and Marie

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