Just off a complete revamp, the Kia Sedona returns for 2016 with a rearview camera as standard on all trims. Mid-trim EX models now come with heated front seats, while top-trim SX and SXL models with the Technology package can be had with seating for eight.
All-new truly applies to the 2015 Kia Sedona, which shares almost nothing with the previous edition: Its chassis has been redesigned and strengthened, and its wheelbase and overall length have been stretched. The minivan's interior and exterior have been restyled, and a more powerful 3.3-liter V6 engine replaces the previous 3.5-liter.
The 2014 Kia Sedona minivan receives a minor front end freshening, new wheels and standard fog lights on both trims. Inside, a new storage console for smart tablets is standard.
About Kia Sedona
When the latest-gen Kia Sedona arrived last year, it marked a fresh start for the automaker's family hauler. What was formerly a simple minivan known more for its value than style has been reborn with both. Now coined as a "multipurpose vehicle" rather than a traditional minivan, the 2016 Kia Sedona is available in several trims that fit a range of budgets. Whether bought as a value-oriented 8-passenger family shuttle or in 7-passenger premium form decked out in wood, leather and the latest technology, the Sedona is now a serious rival to established minivans such as the Honda Odyssey, Toyota Sienna and Chrysler Town & Country.