“I feel that life is measured in achievement, not in years alone.”
“I feel that life is measured in achievement, not in years alone.”

My wife is determined that our next vehicle will be a minivan. I’m determined that it won’t. So, we’ll likely compromise and get a minivan. See how that works? :)

I do not like the Grand Caravan because of its ancient design and its terrible small overlap crash test score. The Odyssey and Sienna are WAY too expensive, and the Pacifica is a new FCA product which I inherently distrust. They’re expensive, as well.

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That leaves the Kia Sedona. I’ve reached out to a former Kia salesman, and he had nothing but good things to say about them (and him being a former salesman means he has no ties to the company now).

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I can get a used and even a certified pre-owned Sedona for a decent price. I have zero experience with Kias, though. Anyone here have more insight?

I like the looks of it (considering it’s a van), and the higher up trims come with a surprising amount of features. Crash test scores are good, as well.

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Illustration for article titled Anyone have experience with the newer Kia Sedonas?

I’m just not sure I am ready to give up on life and get a van, though. We only have one kid right now but will be trying for number two at the end of this year.

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I personally want to consider continuing our Mazda ownership tradition and upgrade from our CX-5 to a CX-9, but oh well.

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