The Sedona is a full-size MPV for the cost of most small MPVs. That makes it good value if you need the space, but the Sedona is not as versatile as many of its rivals. Residual values are better on the diesel version, which retains around 56% of its value after three years.
Kia Sedona MPV quality & reliability
There are no horror stories about Kia’s reliability and there is a good three-year and unlimited-mileage warranty with three years’ breakdown cover for added peace of mind. The interior seems fairly robust and up to the abuse a family life will bring, although there is too much cheap-looking plastic throughout.
Kia Sedona MPV safety & security
All Sedonas come with twin front airbags, but no side airbags are on offer. Anti-lock brakes are fitted to every model, but traction control isn’t available. No deadlocks or alarm are fitted to any of the range, which leaves the car open to easy entry by thieves.