Sleek, powerful, flexible: these aren’t generally words reserved for minivans, but when it comes to the Kia Sedona, an exception has to be made. This family-friendly transport is not only big enough to hold your kids, their friends, and all the gear they need for activities, it’s got the gadgets and power that create a safe and fun driving experience.
The Award-Winning Kia Sedona
For most vehicles it’s impossible to be all – or even most – things to all buyers, but the Kia Sedona has done a great job of solidifying its position of “that car.” The Kia Sedona has so far been recognized by such experts as:
PARENTS Magazine. PARENTS Magazine recognized the Kia Sedona as one of the Best Family Cars of 2020. It was named as the Best Value for its low MSRP, as well as the many options that are available for minivan shoppers.
Vincentric. An expert in the automotive industry, providing data across the segment, Vincentric knows cars. Its Best Value Awards are based not only on cost of ownership, but additional elements like insurance and fuel costs. The Kia Sedona L (discontinued for 2021) walked away with the Best Fleet Value in America, a notable award for anyone on the go, considering all a fleet vehicle is asked to do.
AutoPacific. Another leader in automotive insights, AutoPacific has determined that the Kia Sedona is the happiest minivan on the market. The winner of the Vehicle Satisfaction Award, Kia cleaned up in the minivan segment, edging out the Chrysler Pacifica this year.
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The Kia Sedona Line-Up
Kia’s Sedona is back for 2021 with an impressive line-up. Although the Sedona L has been discontinued, the van options that remain are each safer and more loaded than the next. Here are just a few of the features you’ll find while shopping Sedona trimlines:
Browse Sedona LX ($30,400):
- 3.3 liter V-6 engine with 276 horsepower and 248 foot-pounds of torque
- Active Eco Mode
- Eight speed automatic Sportmatic ® transmission
- 7-inch touchscreen display
- Rear camera
- Dual power sliding rear doors
- Slide-n-Stow second-row seats
- Fold Flat third-row seats
- Front and rear passenger air conditioning
- Eight-way power adjustable driver’s seat
Browse Sedona EX ($33,700):
- 18-inch alloy wheels
- Smart Key with push button start
- Blind Spot Collision Warning (BCW)
- Rear Cross-Traffic Collision Warning (RCCW)
- Parking Distance Warning – Forward and Reverse (PDW-F&R)
- Smart Cruise Control (SCC) with Stop & Go technology
- Second and third row sunshades
- Tri-zone front and rear automatic climate control
- UVO eServices
- Dual Screen Rear Entertainment (RSE) system
Browse Sedona SX ($41,500):
- 8-inch touchscreen display
- UVO voice recognition
- Drive Mode Select (DMS)
- Front passenger chauffeur seat switch
- Heated and ventilated front seats
- Surround view monitor
- Smart Power Liftgate™
- Harman Kardon® premium surround sound
Why Choose the Kia Sedona?
Minivans aren’t as popular as they once were, often losing market share to SUVs and crossovers, but minivans like the Kia Sedona still serve a vital function in the vehicle ecosystem. Whether you have a big family or coach your kids’ sports teams, you’re hard pressed to find better, more accessible seating than what a minivan can offer. Sliding doors make it easier to get people requiring medical equipment safely into and out of the vehicle with plenty of clearance, too.
Sedona offers more headroom than typical crossovers like the Kia Sorento, at 39.8 inches in the front, 39.4 inches in the second row, and 38.9 inches in the third row. It also has a generous cargo area totaling 142 cubic feet, with 78.4 cubic feet behind the second row. Sedona can still support a generous 33.9 cubic feet behind the foldaway third row seating.
Although Sedona’s towing capacity is slightly less than Kia’s Telluride SUV, you can still tow quite a bit with a 3,500 pound towing capacity. So, not only is your Sedona ready for its first trip to the lake, you’ll have plenty of interior space for friends and recreational gear. Who says a minivan has to be boring?
Kia Sedona: Minivans CAN Be Fun
Sedona is more than just an alternative to crossover SUVs and full size SUVs, it’s a powerhouse packed with all sorts of bonuses. Minivans can be lots of fun, just ask anyone who owns a Sedona. Entertainment packages, touchscreen navigation, and premium sound will make your next road trip one to remember. Don’t forget the coolers and the cousins, there’s plenty of room inside a Sedona for everything you might need for trips, both long and short.