Car Search

  • Save this search
    Use saved search

Kia for sale

LASTEST PRICE LIST

  • Kia Sorento

    Kia Sorento

    Model Price Philippines
    ₱ 2,398,000 - ₱ 2,588,000
  • Kia Soluto

    Kia Soluto

    Model Price Philippines
    ₱ 740,000 - ₱ 830,000
  • Kia Rio

    Kia Rio

    Model Price Philippines
    ₱ 920,000 - ₱ 985,000

BEST ADVICE FOR CAR BUYERS

Latest Kia news

Featured Links

Want to get updated car listings in the mail?

Subscribe

Used Kia Minivan for sale (18)

Choose location
  • Sportage
  • Picanto
  • Soul
  • Rio
  • Carnival
  • Sorento
  • Soluto
  • Stonic
  • Carens
  • Forte
Good Quality Minivan! 2014 Kia Carnival 3.0 EX LWB Automatic Diesel Featured

Good Quality Minivan! 2014 Kia Carnival 3.0 EX LWB Automatic Diesel

  • Used
  • 2014
  • Automatic
  • 52,000 km
Metro Manila, Makati
₱588,000
Monthly payment
Negotiable price/mo

Selling Black Kia Carnival 2017 in Pasig

  • Used
  • 2017
  • Automatic
  • 50,000 Km
Metro Manila, Pasig
₱1,050,000
Monthly payment
Negotiable price/mo

White Kia Carnival 2016 for sale in Automatic

  • Used
  • 2016
  • Automatic
  • 30,000 Km
Metro Manila, Pasay
₱930,000
Monthly payment
Negotiable price/mo

Sell Grey 2014 Kia Carens in Mandaluyong

  • Used
  • 2014
  • Automatic
  • 70,000 Km
Metro Manila, Mandaluyong
₱450,000
Monthly payment
Negotiable price/mo

Selling Silver Kia Carnival 2009 in Makati

  • Used
  • 2009
  • Automatic
  • 120,000 Km
Metro Manila, Makati
₱369,000
Monthly payment
Negotiable price/mo

Silver Kia Carnival 2014 for sale in Las Pinas

  • Used
  • 2014
  • Automatic
  • 40,000 Km
Metro Manila, Las Piñas
₱599,000
Monthly payment
Negotiable price/mo

Selling Pearl White Kia Carnival 2019 in Pasay

  • Used
  • 2019
  • Automatic
  • 19,000 Km
Metro Manila, Pasay
₱2,150,000
Monthly payment
Negotiable price/mo

Pearl White Kia Carnival 2017 for sale in Pasig

  • Used
  • 2017
  • Automatic
  • 61,000 Km
Metro Manila, Pasig
₱1,150,000
Monthly payment
Negotiable price/mo

Selling Pearl White Kia Carnival 2016 in Quezon

  • Used
  • 2016
  • Automatic
  • 30,000 Km
Metro Manila, Quezon City
₱960,000
Monthly payment
Negotiable price/mo

Black Kia Carnival 2018 for sale in Pasig

  • Used
  • 2018
  • Automatic
  • 73,000 Km
Metro Manila, Pasig
₱2,300,000
Monthly payment
Negotiable price/mo

White Kia Carnival 2018 for sale in Makati

  • Used
  • 2018
  • Automatic
  • 48,000 Km
Metro Manila, Makati
₱2,288,000
Monthly payment
Negotiable price/mo

Selling Silver Kia Carnival 2010 in Muntinlupa

  • Used
  • 2010
  • Automatic
  • 125,000 Km
Metro Manila, Muntinlupa
₱398,000
Monthly payment
Negotiable price/mo

Selling Brightsilver Kia Carnival 2016 in Pasig

  • Used
  • 2016
  • Automatic
  • 70,000 Km
Metro Manila, Pasig
₱998,000
Monthly payment
Negotiable price/mo

Beige Kia Carnival 2009 for sale in Subic

  • Used
  • 2009
  • Automatic
  • 120,000 Km
Zambales, Subic
₱369,000
Monthly payment
Negotiable price/mo
2018 Kia Grand Carnival 2.2 (7-seater) Featured

2018 Kia Grand Carnival 2.2 (7-seater)

  • Used
  • 2018
  • Automatic
  • 35,000 km
Metro Manila, Pasig
₱1,200,000
Monthly payment
Negotiable price/mo
2016 Kia Carnival Featured

2016 Kia Carnival

  • Used
  • 2016
  • Automatic
  • 48,000 km
Metro Manila, Parañaque
₱1,350,000
Monthly payment
Negotiable price/mo

Selling Pearl White Kia Carnival 2016 in Pasig

  • Used
  • 2016
  • Automatic
  • 50,000 Km
Metro Manila, Pasig
₱1,050,000
Monthly payment
Negotiable price/mo

White Kia Carnival 2018 for sale in Quezon City

  • Used
  • 2018
  • Automatic
  • 22,000 Km
Metro Manila, Quezon City
₱1,220,000
Monthly payment
Negotiable price/mo

    3 Stolen Car Signs You Should Be Aware Of

    Thank you for checking out our long list of used Kia Minivan for sale offered by private owners and certified car dealers.

    Undoubtedly, you'll find more than two units that you would be interested in checking out personally. A word of precaution, though, as much as you're keen on checking the performance of the vehicle you are eyeing to be, you also must be vigilant of sellers who might be selling stolen cars.

    When you're dealing with certified dealers, this might not be a problem. However, for private individuals or owners, you must be vigilant. To assist you, here are some tell signs that the second-hand car you are checking out might be stolen.

    1. Vehicle Identification Number Inconsistencies

    The vehicle identification number (VIN) composes 17 characters, a combination of numbers and letters. As the name implies, it gives the car a special identity such as model, brand, and year of manufacture; much like a fingerprint.

    No matter which brands the car belongs to, Kia Philippines or any other makers, the VIN can be found on the dashboard, driver's side door, owner's manual, as well as in the car's registration and title. The last six characters are the vehicle's chassis number, which most of you might be more familiar with or have heard of often.

    With that in mind, you must check if the VIN on the car and the documents match accordingly. Any inconsistency is a red flag. If any of the characters on either of the document or the car is unclear, then, it is something to be doubtful of since it might have tampered.

    2. Falsified Documents

    As we have emphasized on most of our articles here on Philkotse.com, document checking is one of the things you shouldn't ignore when checking out second-hand vehicles for sale. The seller's name and car owner's name must match, or an authority to sell signed by the owner must be presented. However, some documents can be falsified easily.

    As such, you must review the papers carefully. Look for tampered areas, incorrect spellings, erasures, and the likes. It would also be best to have it verified by the LTO. You may also ask for an anti-carnapping clearance issued by the PNP Highway Patrol Group. If they refuse to or skeptical, then, the car is not worth buying.

    3. No or Fake Plate Numbers

    Most of the time, we see cars or motorcycles with a sign “lost plate” or plate numbers written on cardboard instead of the actual plate numbers issued by the LTO. This might or might not be true.

    Nonetheless, it would be best to stay away from a second hand unit without an authentic plate number. If the seller is true to its goal of selling legit cars, he or she will wait for the new license plates to be issued.

    Unclear Means Red Flags

    When evaluating a pre-owned Kia car to make sure you will not be purchasing a stolen unit, the main takeaway is that if there is one thing that is unclear on the papers and/or car, then it's a red flag. Although it might be possible that the car isn't really stolen, it would be best to stay away from such units. After all, everything must be fixed by the vendor prior to making it available on the market.

    We here at Philkotse.com wish you all the luck in finding a legit second-hand car for you and your family!