What reviewers liked most about the Kia Sedona
The new Sedona has everything a minivan must: a solid drivetrain, enough optional electronic gadgetry to narcotize the kiddies on trips, side windows that roll down, lots of cup holders, an optional power liftgate, and standard airbags in front and all along the sides. The drivetrain is refined and powerful, the chassis is well-sorted, and there's plenty of room for plenty of stuff.- Car and Driver
On the upside, even at entry level, nifty touches like power windows in the front and side doors-a feature shared only with the Odyssey-and opening rear-quarter windows (power-activated in an EX) plus standard trizone air-conditioning, power locks/mirrors, and cruise control elevate the Sedona well above the econo category.- Motor Trend
What reviewers liked least about the Kia Sedona
The phony-wood trim on the EX dash looks as if it were peeled off the side of an old Jeep Grand Wagoneer, and some interior plastic pieces have an 800-grit coarseness to them.- Car and Driver
Best one-liner about the Kia Sedona
While not quite the dynamic equal of its Japanese counterparts, the Sedona's mix of comfort and control serves eloquent notice that it's going to be a much more serious force in the segment.- Motor Trend
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