The Indian automobile market is set to welcome five new Multi-Purpose Vehicles (MPVs) in 2024, a piece of exciting news for MPV enthusiasts. Despite the high demand for SUVs, MPVs maintain a solid sales record, serving as family cars and being part of corporate and tourism fleets. Here, we explore the upcoming MPVs that are set to make their debut in the Indian market.

Kia’s New Entrants


The Kia Carnival, a popular MPV, is set to undergo significant updates for the Indian market. Although details are sparse, it’s expected to feature a new design and enhanced functionalities.

Alongside, the Kia Carens is also poised for a major facelift. Recent spy shots reveal significant changes in its front fascia, including a split-headlamp setup and an LED bar connecting the DRLs. A 360-degree camera setup is also anticipated, which hints at advanced safety and convenience features.

Renault and Nissan’s Plans


Renault is preparing to update its compact MPV, the Triber, which has remained largely unchanged since its launch. Although no test mules have been spotted yet, Renault has confirmed that a new generation Triber is in the works.

Nissan, on the other hand, has announced plans to launch five new models in India, one of which will be an MPV likely based on the Renault Triber. Its design may draw inspiration from the Nissan Magnite, promising a stylish and functional vehicle.

Maruti Suzuki’s Compact MPV


Maruti Suzuki is also set to introduce a compact MPV, expected to resemble the Suzuki Spacia available in Japan. This new model will be slightly longer but still under 4 meters, featuring a 3-seater configuration.

The interior will likely mirror the design of the new Swift but will be made more affordable to keep costs down. While official details on pricing and variants are yet to be released, more information is expected to be disclosed soon.

News Summary


  • Kia Carnival and Kia Carens are set for significant upgrades.
  • Renault Triber to receive its first major update since launch.
  • Nissan to introduce an MPV based on the Renault Triber.


  • Maruti Suzuki’s compact MPV to be similar to Japan’s Suzuki Spacia.
  • Official details on pricing and variants are yet to be announced.

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