We feel safe and comfortable wherever we travel in our Kia Sedona ex van.
The Kia Sedona is a rare vehicle in the u. S. As I recall there were only 1500 in all of the u. S. In 2015. Our Sedona is fully equipped except for the GPS navigation system. The reason we didn't get that option was because we have several handheld GPS units. This enables us to instantly find our van in a large crowded parking lot. Kia's mission is to have a safe vehicle. One option we like very much is the Bluetooth connection to our phone. With all the problems and accidents with people talking on the phone while driving this is a plus. It is hands free with controls on the steering wheel. When you receive a call just flip the switch and you answer the phone and you speak in a normal voice and receive the incoming call over the radio speakers. When the call is completed you can flip the switch to disconnect or if the calling party hangs up first you do nothing. The abs system is great, and you have complete control of the vehicle when stopping. Of course, the vehicle functions are all computer monitored. At a glance you can tell how much gas you have and the computer will tell you how many miles you can drive before refilling. The tachometer helps you keep the vehicle running efficiently. The window sticker says the gas mileage is 17 city and 24 on the highway, but by adjusting your driving habits and using the cruise control we've been able to get 30 mpg on long trips. The one thing my wife enjoys is the comfort and convenience group available on our ex model. She especially enjoys the heated seats in the winter. The interior is designed for easy upkeep and is very attractive. All in all the vehicle is easy and comfortable to drive and is quiet. In the time we've had it we have had no problems, and the Kia service department is friendly and checks everything when we bring it in for our oil changes.