Stunning, striking and sporty are surely not the perfect words to relate to minivans. But the determined folks at Kia managed to bake a little of each into the Kia Sedona. The minivan is more likely to find its way into the lives of more families. Sadly the old version will be left unloved and orphaned. The Kia Sedona comes with more aluminum-built parts. This not only reduces the total weight of the automobile but it also improves the fuel mileage and increases acceleration. With a more improved interior design and more room, it is now possible for you, your family and neighbors to all board and carries your belongings in this one. The exterior itself will leave those drivers who have always wanted to drive sport cars more than happy to go for it. The Sedona is available in 5 levels. They start at the base L grade and climbing through LX, EX, and SX, to the top-line SXL trim. MSRP is $26,900-$41,900.
Which features stand out for the Kia Sedona?
The Kia Sedona is powered by a 3.3-liter V6 that produces 276 horsepower and 248 pound-feet of torque with a sloe transmission & speed automatic transmission. Its gas mileage has improved from the 2017 model and goes for up to 26MPG in the highway and 19MPG around the city.The Kia Sedona is a modern Korean minivan with 7 or eight traveler seats available. It comes with Rear Cross Traffic Alert, Smart Power Lift gate, height-adjustable first and second-row seatbelt anchors and three-point seat belts, lower Anchors and Tethers for Children (LATCH) that makes child seat installation a breeze, blind spot detection system as well as a backup camera.
How is the interior of the Kia Sedona?
The interior includes instinctive a high definition touch screen, 3D navigation, Apple, and Android user support, satellite radio, Pandora, hands-free calling, wide-angle viewing from the backup camera, Bluetooth among other exciting features. Its cargo space is excellent because there is approximately 33.9 cubic feet of space behind the second row. Second-row seatbacks fold partially, but not flat into the floor. With 142 cubic feet of space behind the front row, few families will complain about the Sedona's roominess.
How is the exterior of the Kia Sedona?
The exterior includes headlights and a grille that is wider and thinner, thus opening up to a new minivan appearance. Lighter aluminum is used on the exterior as well as the interior, and this will offer improvement for handling, gas mileage and acceleration.
How safe is the Kia Sedona?
The Kia Sedona has a variety of safety features. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration gave the Sedona a five-star overall crash-test score and a four-star rollover rating. A Lower Anchors and Tethers for Children (LATCH) makes child seat installation a breeze. It has Electronic Stability Control, Hill Assist Control, Corner brake control and Roll over prevention as well as available Vehicle Stability Management to help keep you safer on the road.
With height-adjustable first and second-row seatbelt anchors and three-point seat belts, protecting precious cargo is easy for impact safety. There is the blind spot detection system that actively monitors the driver's blind spot for approaching vehicles and provides a visual alert on the instrument cluster and outside mirrors. There is also a backup camera that helps the driver keep track of what happens in their surroundings.
How does it feel driving the Kia Sedona?
There is much more than comfort, especially with the upper trim levels, with this ride. First and foremost, its fuel economy is generally average although it varies with the trim level. Secondly, it handles well enough in ordinary driving, especially at lower speeds and does not show the tendency to wander out of its lane while rolling down an interstate. What's more appealing is the fact that the Kia Sedona is a less costly alternative when compared to popular minivans.