The Kia Carens has a reasonable amount of space in all seven of its seats, but the rearmost ones are best left for children and there’s not much boot space left when all seven seats are up
The Carens is a seven-seater car, the rearmost row being small fold-down units better suited to children than adults. The middle row is certainly suitable for adults, with three full-sized pews, while front seat occupants will be plenty comfortable and have a large, expansive dashboard to survey.
In-car storage is adequate but not impressive for an MPV. There are numerous places to store your stuff but ultimately a VW Tiguan is better thought out.
You can carry seven people or lots of luggage - but, as in many MPVs, not both at the same time
Fold all the seats flat and you have a large, flat, 1,650-litre load area; in five-seat mode there’s 492 litres of boot space, and with all the seats in place there’s still over 100 litres of luggage space. Perhaps not enough for each of the passengers’ belongings, but a useful amount of storage even so.