In 2012 we purchased a 2008 Sedona with 65,000 miles to replace a 92 Plmouth Voyager that had 210,000 miles.
The Sedona handled much better and had lots of power compared to the Plymouth.
Our Sedona had non-power cloth seats; my back would hurt after about an hour and my wife complained about her legs hurting.
We sold the Sedona after owning for three months.
First time I've had a vehicle for such a short period of time.
Also, the carpet was sort of like that trunk carpet where you can't hardly sweep anything out of it (sand/grass/etc.).
The doors would easily freeze shut in the cold, and the interior trim just didn't look like it was gong to hold up as well as the Plymouth did.
Handled very well and very powerful.
Had decent gas mileage (low 20's).
Very nice looking van.
Back seat folded away easily.
Seats; headrest was too far foward and something about the entire seat was just not comfortable.
Middle bucket seats were hard to remove.
Could not put a 4 x 8 sheet of plywood in it due to the way the door opening was designed.
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