Power Sliding Door(s), Satellite Radio Ready, Parking Sensors, Fold-Away Third Row, 3rd Rear Seat, Quad Seats
6 Cylinders, 2WD, 3.8L Engine, Automatic Transmission, 124K Miles, White/Gray
I like my new minivan, but sometimes I miss some of the electronic features my Pontiac Montana had. No power doors, no control features above the head or on the steering wheel, no power seats or other inside "gadgets". It's a pretty simple interior, but spacious and very welcoming. Less noise inside, good turning, great horse power, comparable or little bit better gas mileage than for a Pontiac Montana '99.
I didn't expect this. Not out of a KIA. We had several cars on our list and when push came to shove, the Sedona won out. The car rides well and surprisingly quiet. The seats are a slight bit stiff but had no issues on a 6 hour road trip with the kids. This thing has more airbags than any other car we looked at and had available restraints for both of our carseats in the middle row. The captains chairs are nice and the stowaway back row is awesome. No more dragging the seats in and out, just stow them. The KIA was several thousand cheaper as slightly used and IF you can find one, you'll save a ton. I wish it had more power ports (fixed with an adapter) and a couple more cup holders but if that's all that is wrong, I consider it a victory. Would I buy this car again? Everytime. No regrets.
We got this van in dec 2010 with 9k miles. Well after 2 1/2 years in we still love it. We have put 46k miles on the Van. The ride is a little loud but is well worthy of the price we paid. Try and find a Van that well give so much for so little. I would buy another Sedona again.