Kia Sedona

Minivan sales have stagnated in recent years, and Kia tells me that no fewer than 15 models have been completely eliminated from the market since crossovers rose to prominence. So why in the world is the company not only sticking by the Sedona, but also actively investing in it, giving it a…

- Reviewed by Michael Zak


2012 Kia Sedona
MSRP: $24,900 - $29,190
2011 Kia Sedona
MSRP: $24,595 - $29,195
2010 Kia Sedona
MSRP: $22,195 - $28,695
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For Sale

2012 Kia Sedona
$14,995 / 43,000 miles / MD
2005 Kia Sedona
$4,788 / 119,652 miles / VA
2002 Kia Sedona
$4,477 / 148,217 miles / VA
"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.