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Lake in the Hills, Illinois
A good solid minivan
I decided to purchase my Kia Sedona after test driving a few other models and decided that it was the best one in my price range. There's ample space for my kids and all their stuff, and it doesn't feel like I'm driving a minivan. I love the power doors. I've gotten so spoiled with being able to press a button to open and close the passenger doors and trunk that I don't think I'll ever be able to go back to manual doors. There are two things that I would change if I could. The first is the gas mileage. I do a lot of driving, averaging over 550 miles a week, so gas mileage is first on my mind. While 24mpg highway is respectable, and I can even do a bit better if I mind my lead foot, I miss my old car with its 30mpg average when I pull up at the pump. The second thing I would change is the sound system. If you've never tried to play an iPod/iPhone in a Kia or a Hyundai, you may be shocked to find out that unless your vehicle has the UVO stereo system, you can't just get a regular Apple cable and plug it in. You need a special cable that will plug into both the USB and the Aux ports. They're available online for fairly cheap, but they aren't very good quality, and the OEM cable sold by Kia is $35-40. You also can't pause what you're playing, either from the control panel or from your device. If you need to silence your music for a minute, you need to disconnect the cable, or turn off the radio, but that also means your Bluetooth won't work if you have an incoming phone call. I'm making it work, but had I known this, I might have looked for a Kia with a UVO system.
I love this Van
I absolutely Love my 2014 Kia Sedona. It is the best car I've owned. It fits all the kids and then some. It was by far the best investment for my family.