Big Girls Can Fly - Kia Sedona Long-Term Road Test

2006 Kia Sedona Long-Term Road Test

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Kia Sedona: Big Girls Can Fly

February 05, 2007

At over 4,300 pounds, the Kia Sedona is no lightweight. You'd never know it when you're behind the wheel, though; she's quick out the gate, with acceleration that's nothing short of eager.

Our 2006 EX is powered by a 242-horsepower V6 with 251 pound-feet of torque, and the engine serves her well.

In a weekend's worth of travels, the Kia proved herself up for anything. Steep on-ramps that proved taxing for other vehicles were gleefully taken in stride by the Kia. There were no tense moments when making high-speed passing maneuvers on the freeway. The Sedona proved time and again that she could manage these with breezy confidence.

Minivans aren't supposed to make you smile, but this weekend, the Sedona proved herself worthy of a grin or two.

Warren Clarke, Content Editor @ 18,634 miles

  • Full Review
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  • Long-Term

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