Handles well for a minivan, cabin is quiet and not shaky on highway and on rougher terrain.
Cabin is spacious and can seat a large amount of people and the second row is spacious enough for adults to sit in comfortably.
Like most Kia models, Kia offers a lengthy warranty that is usually longer than competitor warranties for this class.
In addition to good handling, there are four-wheel anti-lock brakes with electronic brake-force distribution, and an anti-skid system.
In addition to the 6 speakers a variety of options for playing music and radio, the Sedona provides 3 months of satellite radio service.
Cruise control, power steering, rear parking sensors, tilt-adjustable steering wheel, and audio and cruise controls on steering wheel.
Every row has a cupholder and 2V front and 12V rear power outlets
Plenty of storage with front door pockets, front console with storage, overhead console with storage, and front seatback storage.
Plain interior design and some parts are cheap looking throughout the interior cabin
Manuel controls for the climate system are badly placed, causing inconvenience in their use.
The Sedona is not the most reliable minivan on the market and consumers should be worried about the lack of innovation in the 2012 model, especially since competitors have been re-vamping their models.
Although the seats are spacious, there is limited front-seat adjustment range
The third row seat is cramped for adults because of the limited headroom.