Although not as ubiquitous as they were a generation ago, minivans still have a high level of functionality that appeals to families of all ages and sizes. And while there aren’t as many manufacturers building these people haulers as there were in the vehicle’s heyday, it’s still an intensely competitive segment. Kia has sought to differentiate its Sedona from competing models like the Honda Odyssey, Toyota Sienna and Chrysler Pacifica by offering more of a crossover experience in not only in its front row, but in the way it drives. Zach Vlasuk takes a look at how our 2015 Kia Sedona fared as part of the Kelley Blue Book Long-Term Fleet in this wrap-up video. 


 

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