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2016 Kia Sedona OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

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CN
CN
Clayton, New Jersey
3.0
Exactly what I need (right now)
Overall, I would give this vehicle a 6.5 out of 10 on my satisfactory meter. It is very roomy inside, but the gas mileage could be better. The performance is okay, but the screen size is tiny. The interior is very kid-friendly in size and clean-up ability, but the price (I felt) was high. I feel this is an OK vehicle for what I need right now. I have three kids, one of them is just over a year, so I need the versatility and the room. I should have shopped around for a better price, but that was my error. I feel the manufacturer could have offered more options with their 'not top of the line' model. Not everyone can afford top notch. But as a van, it is very nice and does what I need it to do at this current point in my life.
Stacy
Stacy
Murrieta, California
3.0
Not a bad minivan
The Kia Sedona is a pretty good minivan -- it's not really worthy of superlatives, but it's not really a junker, either. We bought it to replace our aging Volkswagen Routan minivan, which I was really attached to. The deciding factor in replacing our old minivan with the new Sedona was that the Sedona had rear air conditioning. In Southern California and Phoenix, AZ (two places we spend a lot of time), rear A/C is a must! Our old minivan didn't have it, and it was misery. We also really like the drive performance of the Sedona. It's got plenty of power, and the steering is really responsive. All that said, it suffers from a lack of storage capabilities. Our old minivan had storage compartments in the floor that were great for holding tools, jumper cables, etc. The Sedona lacks this. Also, for some reason, the Sedona is several inches shorter in terms of interior length and a couple of inches narrower in the rear between the wheel wells, which makes carrying supplies and lumber from Home Depot tricky. We could fit a 4'x8' sheet of plywood in the old van with no problems. The Sedona doesn't really accommodate this sort of thing easily. Finally, we've had some recurring electrical/mechanical issues with the Sedona. The airbag light comes on and off on the dash and the dealership can't figure out why. Also, the power sliding doors squeal something awful and were "fixed" once before by the dealership, but one door continues to make noise.