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Since I posted this review I took the Sedona on a 3000 mile trip to Kansas City and back (about 3100 miles total between the round trip and driving around there). No problems at all on the trip, and gas mileage averaged in the mid 20's, as high as 26 mpg on one leg. The van now has just over 9000 miles on it and hasn't had any more problems. The computer was replaced under warranty the second time the check engine light came on, and that appears to have fixed the problem. I'm very pleased with the Sedona and would recommend it to friends.Report it
I've now spent two years with this van and I am up to about 18000 miles. We took it on a long trip last summer that took us through North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri, Illinois, Kentucky, West Virginia, Virginia, and back to North Carolina. Not a single problem with the van and an overall average of about 23 MPG for the trip. It is still comfortable and has plenty of space of five people (me, my wife, and our three sons, 10, 2, and 2). I've been driving the van back and forth to work for the last couple of months since I sold my old Saturn SL. It gets pretty awful gas mileage around town, sometimes in the low teens, and I am a conservative driver. Overall, the Sedona is still great and I am very happy with the purchase.Report it
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