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2009 Kia Sedona Consumer Discussions

Few weeks ago I purchased a 2009 Sedona with 118k miles....

Furthermore, what I want is a clean used Kia. I was told they had the worst resale prices in the industry -- literally, the lowest. But USED Kias (and Hyundai Entourages) are at such a premium, I have...

I had a 2007 Sedona and fixed my issue with the drilled cross rotors and pads from R1Concepts. I changed my car into a 2009 Sedona and I changed them directyly from 13.000 just in case and I have been...

Two other dealerships also said there were none in the area, neither were willing to negotiate a deal on a 2009. (one even said 'here's the deal I can give to you!' and quoted me sticker price. When I...

Sedona: The minivan segment is shrinking, so Kia may not replace the Sedona after production is scheduled to end after the 2013 model year....

Sedona: The minivan segment is shrinking, so Kia may not replace the Sedona after production is scheduled to end after the 2013 model year....

I read where the 2009 Kia Sedona will have a navigation option... but do not see this for the Entourage? Is this true?...

We bought a brand new 2009 Sedona in September last year. Use it mostly for stop and go driving around town. It has about 2500 miles on it now. I get about 12mpg in the city. Once or twice it has gone...

After much debate between the Odyssey and Sedona, we ended up buying a 2009 EX that came with luxury package and entertainment package. The van has only 2400 miles and got an excellent deal on it (al...

sedan, and have been very impressed with the KIA Sedona that we own. I will also be checking out the Hyundai Elantras. Hyundai ranked above Honda and Toyota in 2009 in the JD Powers rankings for init...
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