I received this car for one week to review in exchange for sharing my honest opinion.
I used to think of Kia as a company that made small cars but last year I got the chance to check out the 2015 Kia Sedona minivan and it really surprised me. A few weeks ago I got the chance to check out the 2016 Kia Sedona minivan and again I was surprised! It has the features I expect from Kia all packed in a minivan. The ride was smooth and it fit my family of five perfectly. It actually seats up to seven people.
Some features of the Kia Sedona:
Lots of airbags throughout the car
Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) – This is perfect to give a heads up over leaky or flat tires
Lots of viewing options for your dashboard
Lots of power everything – seriously everything is power activated
DVD Entertainment system – This is perfect for the middle row but honestly the rear row can’t really enjoy it. My poor daughter was in the back and had to stretch her head to try to see it. I have never seen one low before, usually up on the roof or the headrests.
Keyless entry and Push button start
Blind Spot Detection, Lane Departure Warning System and Parking Assist System
Lots of storage throughout car
Foot rests – my kids seriously loved these!
Good mileage – 18 mpg city and 25 highway mpg
Flashlight – yes in the trunk there is a light that goes on that you can remove and use as a flashlight!
Lots of ways to charge devices
Airflow for the back – I found these vents under the front seats
Overall, we enjoyed the Kia Sedona and its features. It is fitted with enough high-tech gadgets to satisfy a tech family as well as the safety features expected from Kia. The 2016 Sedona features intuitive systems like Electronic Stability Control and Cornering Brake Control. The body is made of over 50% high-strength steel and patented technologies to provide durability. It is basically a modern van for the modern family!
Check out the 2016 Kia Sedona with a manufacturer’s suggested cost of $39,900.