Review: 2020 Kia Sedona
- What’s Good: If you’re avoiding minivans because you think they can’t be stylish, this one might change your mind.
- What’s Bad: Beloved minivan extras like easy-fold second-row seats and an on-board vacuum are unavailable.
I’ve written several times now that my best friend’s partner is a gem of a human being. Here’s the story that will end any further debate on the issue.
A June getaway weekend at a cottage on Lake Huron has become an annual tradition for our families. This year, since one of the kids couldn’t make it, driving up in single vehicle became a viable option for the first time. ‘What a great excuse to test a large vehicle,’ I thought to myself, and I promptly secured a Kia Sedona minivan to put through its paces.
Bestie finds out, and she ends up being not at all pleased. I can feel her anxiety seeping through her messages. It might not be what I have in mind, she says. Her partner is six-foot-four and will probably have to sit shotgun, so she’ll end up in the back. There will be none of the sing-alongs and merriment that we typically enjoy. It will be a bust of a road trip.
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I’ve written several times now that my best friend’s partner is a gem of a human being. Here’s the story that will end any further debate on the issue. A June getaway weekend at a cottage on Lake Huron has become an annual tradition for our families.
According to the latest reports, the 2020 Kia Sedona is about to receive a mid-cycle update. The versatile minivan has been around for full two decades. The current model represents the third generation and it is on the market since 2015, so the upcoming update seems pretty logical.
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