Kia Sedona: Open Range
September 05, 2006
For more than 50 years the Bob's Big Boy in Burbank, California has catered to the gearheads of the L.A's San Fernando Valley. Since it was built in 1949, it has been a weekly gathering spot for motorheads and their rides. And now you can add our long term Kia Sedona to the list of legendary hardware that has graced the Bob's parking lot.
However, it was on the way home from the family's crazy night of cruising, tummys filled with Super Big Boy Combos, that we noticed a flaw in the Kia's trip computer. We love the fact that it has a range readout, which lets you know how many miles worth of gas is left in the van's tank, but with 30 miles left of range the readout stops counting down and switches to four hash marks.
Lame. Truely useful range readouts, like the ones in our long term Jeep Commander and long term BMW 330i, will count down all the way to zero.
Edmunds.com Executive Editor Scott Oldham, 8469 miles