2017 Kia Sedona: Freehold, NJ

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Minivans are the gold standard of family vehicles, the one that most buyers immediately think of when they need room for more than five passengers. But in a sea of stylish SUVs that also haul multiple passengers and their stuff, can the minivan market compete? The 2017 Kia Sedona has one answer to that question—and it’s a resounding yes.

You might not expect a minivan to be a true contender with performance but the Sedona does just that. With a 3.3L V6 engine, the Sedona offers 276 horsepower and plenty of power to keep up on the highway or in the carpool line. The Kia’s answer to the minivan also has a 3500-pound towing capacity, which is more than enough to tow a few toys to the beach or trailer some luggage on vacation.

The 2017 Sedona looks far tougher than you might expect a minivan to look. Its athletic, aggressive styling conveys a strong presence—it’s not your stereotypical minivan and Kia wants you to know it. Of course, this vehicle has the standard and irreplaceable dual sliding doors, along with privacy glass and a reinforced structure that’s made of advanced high-strength steel. The Sedona is not playing around—it’s a vehicle that wants to compete with the SUVs on the market and win.



The interior of a minivan is really where the magic happens for buyers. They’re looking for practicality, ease, and simplicity along with thoughtful features that will make daily life easier. The Kia Sedona delivers on that promise with features like the Slide-N-Stow second row, which allows the middle row of seating to be folded forward for additional cargo space, and a removable middle seat in the 2nd row that can be removed easily to create more room and the effect of two captain’s chairs. Smart key, 12 cupholders, integrated sunshades, and power controls throughout work together to make driving a joy.

Just because you drive a minivan doesn’t mean that technology matters less—and the Sedona proves that. SiriusXM and Bluetooth wireless connectivity come standard, and the UVO eServices package (along with a touchscreen interface) comes on all but the base trim. You’ll also get a rear camera (especially important when you’re backing out a tall minivan) and a 12-volt charger.

Rethink your attitudes about minivans with the 2017 Kia Sedona. Smart styling and an even smarter interior combine to make this not only a great family hauler, but a genuinely fun and powerful vehicle to drive.