New 2019 KiaSedona LX Van Passenger Van

  • VIN: KNDMB5C18K6523764
  • Stock: 19K395
Fuel Economy
18.0/24.0 mpg City/Hwy
Exterior Color
Venetian Red
Interior Color
Other
Body/Seating
Van Passenger Van/8 seats
Transmission
8 speed automatic
Drivetrain
front-wheel
Engine
3.3L V-6 cyl
Kia Sedona

Highlighted Features

  • Blind spot sensor
  • Wireless phone connectivity
  • Exterior parking camera rear
  • 3rd row seats
  • Split folding rear seat
  • Perimeter/approach lights
  • Remote keyless entry
  • Rear air conditioning

Included Packages & Options

Included Options
  • Carpeted Floormats$200

Detailed Specifications

KBB.com Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
Overall4.3Out of 5
  • Value and comfort

    By iChariot on Tuesday, January 16, 2018

    5.0
    My Kia Sedona LX is a handsome vehicle. I love the elevated seating position and ever comfortable seating. The instruments are easy to use. The vehicle is quiet and transmission is smooth. The slide and stow seats make it very easy to get to third row. The space behind the third row is adequate for my needs. Overall, I deem the Sedona to be of great value and utility. No recalls yet unlike those other vans.
  • The best minivan I have owned

    By Hankook on Wednesday, January 09, 2019

    5.0
    This is my second Sedona and the seventh minivan overall. The van handles very well with a minimum of lean on turns. Throttle response is excellent without ECO feature and a bit slower when enabled. However performance is there anytime it is needed. I really like the value the Sedona offers and I have absolutely no complaints thus far.
  • It's a decent vehicle, but I wouldn't buy again.

    By Lindsay on Sunday, December 16, 2018

    3.0
    We've now had our 2017 Sedona for right at almost a year, and we've put about 12,000 miles on it. This is our third Sedona, and we've had other vehicles in between. We liked the first two, but they were both the older body style and I never was completely crazy about it. When this new style came out, I opted to lease a Toyota Sienna at the time, and when I turned that in, we bought this Sedona. We really like the body style, but it's hard to love overall after driving the Sienna for three years. There were a few reasons we went back to Kia after that lease and I'll discuss those shortly. Value: This is a main reason we went with the Sedona. With a couple thousand negative equity in our trade for it, we got out the door for less than $37000 including all taxes, fees and negative equity due to purchasing a year end model. So...we saved about $6000 by going for the 2017 in the beginning of 2018. Compared to the Sienna and other van models, the price was several thousand lower. One HUGE complaint I have with the Sedona is gas mileage. No matter how easy I drive it, I can't get more than 16 around town and 20 on the highway. This to me is unacceptable for a mini van. If I had it to do over, I wouldn't buy it just to save a couple thousand on purchase price. Over time, I definitely pay more for gas. Performance: Overall, not great. It's sluggish upon acceleration. The computer system is glitchy. The CD track will change randomly, the touchscreen is slow to respond, and the technology system just does what it wants. And of course, that system is only warrantied for three years. I just deal with it because I won't be keeping it past that anyway, and I know the service department "won't find anything" anyway. It's just a waste of my time. Comparing to the Sienna, NO CONTEST. The Sienna had wonderful acceleration, the entertainment system was fast, and I never had a problem with any random switches. Reliability: We haven't been stranded yet, but I will say the exhaust is a bit concerning. The smell of gas is so strong when it's running and the exhaust is always thick....even when it's hot outside. Time will tell on that, but I will be mentioning this at my oil change tomorrow. Styling: This is the best part of this van. The interior and exterior looks great. However, comparing again to the Toyota Sienna (only because it was our last vehicle), this Sedona has way less leg room in the back and the cargo room behind the third row is significantly less. One of the reasons we did choose the Sedona this time around was because the second row seats fold straight up to the front row so you have much more cargo room if you're carrying something large. With the Sienna, the second row seats had to be completely removed, and it was no easy task. Quality: It's just typical. Cars are overall being made with cheaper materials. Doesn't matter if it's a Kia or a Toyota. Comfort: It seems to be pretty comfortable for everyday commuting. We will be going on a road trip soon, so we'll see how it is for longer rides. I do dread the packing room shortage as we'll have to buy the cross bars for the roof rails to be able to take what we need. As you can probably see, we would not buy this again. Of the two vans we compared, the Sienna outshines the Sedona for miles even with the second row inconvenience.
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