Kia Sedona; The New 2015 Redesigned KIA Minivan

Posted: Apr 18 2014, 12:16pm CDT | by , in Cars & Vehicles


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Kia Sedona; the new 2015 redesigned KIA minivan
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The car comes with a traditional exterior styling and the unique power tailgate

The New York Auto Show has revealed quite some interesting designs this year and we have come across many redesigned models and one of them is the 2015 Kia Sedona which was unveiled on the show way ahead of its public debut. The previous edition of this minivan was discontinued back in 2012 and it had stayed in the market for quite a long time (it had started to sell in 2006). With its popularity, it had to be brought back withthe 2014 model.

This new model is now going to come with a way of exterior styling which is going to fall into line with the rest of the offerings of the company including the “Tiger Nose” face. The Kia Sedona seems muscular even for a minivan and because of this, it brings out a larger cabin inside and allows enough seating for up to eight passengers. The optional “first class” second row seats also come with footrests which can easily slide back and forth and for maximum comfort the footrests can rotate to face the back row.

A 3.3-liter V6 engine has been used to power up the Kia Sedona and this is the same engine which was used to power up with Kia’s Sorrento crossover. The most interesting part is that it is available with radar cruise control, collision alert and blind spot warning systems. The power tailgate is another unique feature which is going to open up automatically when it senses the keyfob nearby for three seconds, allowing for hands-free access to the cargo area.

source: foxnews

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