Kia car reviews Kia Sedona reviews

  • NEW PRICE: £20,815 - £26,350
  • USED PRICE: From £5,595

The Kia Sedona was a full-sized MPV originally designed to compete against the Renault Espace and VW Sharan. It was discontinued in order to make way for the 2013 version of the smaller Carens, which is now available in seven-seat form.

Latest model: Kia Sedona (2006-)

Pros and cons

  • Pro: Inexpensive, practical, easy to drive
  • Con: Poor brakes, unimpressive fuel economy, disappointing trim quality

New Kia Sedona reviews

The Kia Sedona has now been discontinued.

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  • Kia Sedona (2006-2012)

    Kia Sedona 1

    New price: £20,815 - £26,350

    The Kia Sedona, also know as the Kia Carnival (if imported from Europe), is a large MPV produced from 2006 onwards. Which? Car puts it to the test.

Used Kia Sedona reviews

The very steep depreciation of the Kia Sedona makes buying used an attractive proposition - expect to pay less than half the 'new' price for a three-year-old example. And Kia's high owner satisfaction should make it attractive against less reliable models like the Peugeot 807 or the old-model Volkswagen Sharan.

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