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2016 Kia Sedona What's new for 2016? 
2016 Kia Sedona

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.

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2015 Kia Sedona What's new for 2015? 
2015 Kia Sedona

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.

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2014 Kia Sedona What's new for 2014? 
2014 Kia Sedona

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.

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2012 Kia Sedona What's new for 2012? 
2012 Kia Sedona

The 2012 Kia Sedona minivan remains largely unchanged from last year, with the exception of an available rear-seat DVD entertainment system on the LX trim (previously available only on the EX).

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2011 Kia Sedona What's new for 2011? 
2011 Kia Sedona

The 2011 Kia Sedona receives an all-new 3.5-liter V6 engine capable of making up to 271 horsepower. That's 23 more horsepower than the previous 3.8-liter V6. A new six-speed automatic transmission replaces the old five-speed. This combination helps improve fuel mileage by two miles per gallon in the government's highway driving cycle. Also new are side mirror turn signal indicators. Now standard on all models, Bluetooth allows hands-free operation of most cellphones. A new, slightly revised grille, shared by other Kias, differentiates the 2011 from the 2010.

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2010 Kia Sedona What's new for 2010? 
2010 Kia Sedona

The Sedona's 3.8-liter V6 engine has been re-tuned for improved fuel economy, while a new rear backup warning system is made standard on both LX and EX trims. EX trims also feature a standard rearview camera.

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2009 Kia Sedona What's new for 2009? 
2009 Kia Sedona

All Sedonas receive a new AM/FM/CD stereo with MP3 USB-input port and a three month subscription to SIRIUS Satellite Radio. A new navigation audio unit is now available on the EX trims.

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2008 Kia Sedona What's new for 2008? 
2008 Kia Sedona

No major changes for 2008.

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2007 Kia Sedona What's new for 2007? 
2007 Kia Sedona

A short wheelbase model joins the long wheelbase LX and EX models.

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.

Consumer Reviews

So far so good, great value for the money

By on Saturday, June 4, 2016

I own this car - My approximate mileage is 500

10 10.0
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Reviewer Ratings

Overall Rating
10/10
Value
10/10
Reliability
10/10
Quality
10/10
Performance
10/10
Styling
10/10
Comfort
10/10

Pros: "Great price for all the features you get"

Cons: "Wish gas milage was a LITTLE better but no biggie"

Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 10

"My wife and I have had our 2016 Sedona EX (with the Premium Package) for a few weeks now and are absolutely loving it! It's very comfortable for long drives, is feature packed and makes us feel like we're flying in a plane in first class seats. The interior really pops! The leather seats are extremely comfortable and the controls are laid out very ergonomically. We looked at the Honda EX-L and Toyota Sienna but hated where they placed the gearshift and their interiors (compared to the Kia's) just plain sucked. Yeah yeah, Honda/Toyota resale value, "You'll need that warranty on the Kia" blah blah blah. If Honda and Toyota are so confident in their cars, why not match Kia and Hyundai's warranty? My wife and I keep our cars for (on average) 15 years so we could care less about re-sale value. Driving with the "eco" mode active, we average about 25MPG on the highway. The transmission shifting is so smooth you don't even feel it. I won't bore you with the tech. specs but I'm spoiled now with all the stuff that is in the premium package.... to the point that my next car must have blind spot detection and Microsoft's UVO system. The tailgate is height adjustable which is really nice since we couldn't fully extend the tailgate in our garage but a few seconds of button pushing corrected that. Handling is exceptional, no issues there. Plenty of storage in the center console. The 2nd row seats are heated so they don't come out but the little "jump seat" in between them DOES. What really sold us on the Sedona was that the 2nd row seats fold up and forward which makes getting into the 3rd row WAY WAY easier compared to the Odyssey and Sienna and the interior.... it's just leaps and bounds better then the Odyssey and Sienna! Back to that gear shift.... what was Honda and Toyota thinking placing it where they did? On our test drive of those 2 vehicles, we accidentally hit it when reaching for the radio/AC controls and in the Sienna, we knocked it into neutral while cruising down the highway. Really bad engineering there. All in all, we're glad we picked the Sedona. The only thing we'll probably add down the road is a sun roof."

6 people out of 6 found this review helpful

Our Savior!

By on Monday, July 25, 2016

I own this car - My approximate mileage is 6,437

10 10.0
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Reviewer Ratings

Overall Rating
10/10
Value
10/10
Reliability
10/10
Quality
10/10
Performance
10/10
Styling
10/10
Comfort
10/10

Pros: "Price, Space, Style"

Cons: "none"

Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 10

"Picture this. You are loving life driving a 2008 Mazda 5, when a Full size suv slams into your car, never to be driven again. Suddenly you are thrown into a world of 1 kid going to a high school with an expensive tuition, and another joining a soccer league that is about to kill your bank account. On top of this are excuses from the insurance company and the need for a new car. I needed an inexpensive car that could seat at least 6. This meant that not to pricey sedans, hatchbacks, and crossover suvs were out of the question. Since I already owned a van, I figured a van would do. The two least expensive vans were the Nissan Quest and the Kia Sedona. The tie breaker came down to what you get for the price. The sedona is very stylish, and I was able to get a Sedona LX with the Automatic sliding doors and rear dvd system for 28k. This was amazing. I love the Sedona. The cloth is comfortable, the automatic doors are a hit, and the suv like interior/exterior is amazing. The third row seats fold into the floor creating so much space and the second row seats collapse and slide forwars. The radio screen is nice and is colored, and the backup camera is small but very helpful with the big van. We were so pleased with the price that we just bought a Kia Sorento EX V6 for 30k, 6k below the mrsp. It has a power liftgate, leatherette, seating for 7, and AWD. Very happy with Kia."

2 people out of 2 found this review helpful

Best Minivan I ever owned

By on Sunday, May 8, 2016

I own this car - My approximate mileage is 15,000

10 10.0
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Reviewer Ratings

Overall Rating
10/10
Value
10/10
Reliability
10/10
Quality
10/10
Performance
9/10
Styling
10/10
Comfort
10/10

Pros: "Nice appearance. Quiet interior. Nice drive"

Cons: "Little more Cargo Space. Video system just OK"

Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 10

"I have owned a Plymouth Voyageur, Honda Oddysey and Volkswagen Routan before this van. Also, before purchasing this van we looked at the Chrysler Town & Country, The Honda Oddysey and the Toyota Sienna. Frankly for overall styling, comfort, functionality, sales and service there wasn't even a close second when comparing the other minivans. We have owned this van for 15 months and it has been incredibly reliable. The buying experience was low pressure and very consumer oriented. Service has been quick and responsive. The vehicle itself drives like a dream. We have 4 teenage kids and there is plenty of room for them. Access in and out is great with the fold up vertical seating. The Chrysler Stow and Go is fine but the seats are puny and don't offer great support. The Kia's vertical push forward second row seats do not disrupt the driver's vision if they are folded forward, is easy to fold up and down and allows for a very comfortable full size seat. The Kia appearance is very nice and has a sportier look (well, as sporty as you can be in a minivan). The interior amenities are really well done and for $4000 to 6000 less then the competition, you get all of the amenities of any full loaded minivan in the market. Room is abundant in all the seating. The driver's seat area is like walking in a lazy boy lounger compared to the diminutive driver space in the Chrysler mini-van (keep in mind I'm only 5'10" tall and it is very tight for me). The Sedona driver cabin allows you to stretch and could comfortably seat a person that is 6'6". Instrumentation is easy to access with minimal to no driver distraction. My only things I wish were better were that there was just a bit more cargo space (although the cargo area is decent). Video system is a fold up at seat level between the first row seats. Would be better to have dual screens on top of each of the first row seats. The single screen is decent size though. Also the fold up storage space between the two front seats has an opening that can either slide or pop up. The sliding function tends to unlock easily. It doesn't spill anything but it is just a slight annoyance. After my first experience with the Sedona, I can easily see myself driving in another Kia passenger car or SUV. The writer of this review could easily afford to drive a Mercedes, BMW or other luxury vehicle. Frankly, the Kia offers a driving experience similar to those luxury SUV vehicles for a relative fraction of the price. Attractive style, smooth and quiet drive with great dealer service and sales. Oh, and of course, the Kia 100,000 or ten year warranty. We had one minor problem with the wiring in one of the electronic sliding doors. It was fixed with no hassle in one day. No bickering about what was and wasn't covered. What's not to like?"

15 people out of 16 found this review helpful

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