This rocker is finally 40 and satisfied with a minivan, something that never seemed like it would happen. The Sedona is not like all the econo cars I have been driving, it has power. It has room, and it is comfortable. I never would have thought it possible, but even the stereo booms when I listen to my music. I can strap in as many kids as I need to, rock out and still pass someone going uphill. Awesome. It does take $45 to fill it, it only took $30 to fill my econo car. But this is easier to get in and out of, I don't have to climb out of it. It has a sleek design, everything is easy to reach on the inside. I can pass all the other vans on the road. I may be getting older, but I can still rock.
2011 Kia SedonaDouglas E. Hoke - Sapulpa, OK05/31/2015
It has plenty of room for legs. It rides well. It is comfortable. When seats are removed or folded down, plenty of space to haul things. Good gas mileage on highway but less around town. Plenty of room to haul grand kids and adults.
BEST Minivan and doesn't even feel like a van
2015 Kia SedonaBrandon J - Tampa, FL01/20/2016
Best minivan we saw and test drove and we tried all the top brands, saved Kia for last because we didn't think this would be our favorite but it was by far! I'm 6'3" and have plenty of room in the front with the seat all the way back AND in the seat behind it even with the front still all the way back, plus the technology and features and safety all combine for the perfect car for us.
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