we drove several of these til the dealer came up with the colors my wife wanted; on a blustery crosswind day, we compared Sedona to the 4 & 6 cylinder Siennas & the Oddysy in a 6+ mile run on I-70 & a winding, hilly no-shoulder 2-lane. the Sedona & Toyotas were very good & close, the Honda conspicuously less controllable in the twistys & harder to keep in a straight line in freeway crosswinds. We now have 20k on the car & changed to a decent tire-Cooper CS4 at 15k. Drives beautifully. OTOH the autolock/unlock is an idiotic security nightmare, hoodlums will love it, you are a sitting duck when you park
performance & handling, easy drivability, gas milage at highway cruise [not around town] excellent visibility in all directions. does NOT need an idiotic styling "upgrade" that pinches the back window rear quarter view & is less safe & harder to drive in traffic. You can actually SEE out of this vehicle, delightful! we plan to keep it but try to be VERY careful to over-ride auto-unlock when parking & starting it
an ethical choice of option packages so you don't have to buy thousands of dollars of [for me] junk to get an important operational safety feature like heated outside mirrors. get rid of dangerous insecure autolock/unlock feature. Also fix sliding doors that won't lock open if window down a little - dangerous for kids [or my!] fingers
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