The Kia Sedona is a fine motorway cruiser with plenty of space. The new Kia Sedona is a little shorter and a whole lot prettier than its predecessor, but repackaging the wheelbase means that the cabin is significantly bigger. The twin sliding doors on the Kia Sedona make access to the back easy and there is loads of space in the front two rows and plenty of cubbyholes and cupholders throughout the cabin. Seats in the second and third rows can move back and forward, but ultimate practicality is limited by the fact the seats don't fold flat into the floor. You can take them out, but they are heavy.
The new Kia Sedona 2.2 litre diesel engine is more economical than the 2.9 litre engine it replaces and with such a powerful engine it is surprisingly quiet. Front, side and full curtain airbags are standard on all models while the front passenger bag can be deactivated if you have a child seat fitted. ISOFIX anchor points and anti-lock brakes with electronic brakeforce distribution are also present on all Kia Sedona models. The Kia Sedona is available in a choice of six colours, prices start at £24,295.