We bought our 2003 Kia Sedona last year.
The previous owners (original owners) hardly drove it.
The van only had 75K miles on it.
We have put on 26K in one year!
The car has been great for us.
It's been all over the place because my husband travels a lot for work.
It gets good highway gas mileage.
We live in a rural area so it isn't so great for going from town to town.
We haven't had any major issues at all.
We are taking it in for general maintenance expected at 100K.
Plugs, wires, etc. because it is running rough, but with the way we drive that's to be expected.
I love the V6 - it really goes!
I love this mini-van!
The cup holders block access to the CD holder.
If I want to change CD's, I can't have the cup holder open.
Not too good a design...
I do not like this van.
It looks pretty.
That is about the only good thing I can say.
I am on disability.
I have to have a realiable transportation.
This van is not.
The air in the back does not work.
Both of the rear door handles have broken off.
I called the dealer and it will cost almost $500 dollars for me to have them replaced.
The shade is missing from the sunroof.
Not including labor, $500.
This is just to high cost repairs for a disabled person.
When I buy another van or car, I will NEVER buy another kia.
I have heard so many good things about this line.
I have been very disappointed.
The only good thing about about this van is the leather interior.
got it 3 years ago and always have had a problem with the engine, transmission, electrical and so so on. If I'd not get it as a present from a friend I'd never buy it. Now the compressor went and it's very hot. Don't make the mistake of getting yourself KIA. I learned this lesson the hard way
All I can say is I spent over 20 grand for the biggest piece of junk I have ever owned. Three sets of Rotors, power steering pump, rack, AC, heater, door handles, ball joints, and all the junky plastic interior. Of course I cant leave out the fact that to change 6 spark plugs it took me 6 hours to do so. Either that or pay a mechanic $800.00 bucks to do it since the back three are practically inaccessable Oh and one more thing. Metal anti freeze lines from front to back rusted out. Im thinking some type of plastic lies would be to easy to use. Bottom line is they knew what kinda junk they were building so we as consumers would have to rely on the incompitent mechanics at the dealerships
fuel economy. that should tell you something since its not that good
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