Why the 2015 Kia Sedona Matters:
Kia has been methodically redesigning each car in its lineup with the help of design chief, past Audi designer, Peter Schreyer, but saved its Sedona minivan for last. The resulting product launch at the 2014 New York Auto Show is a standout, in both appearance and content, and should be able to take its share of the limited minivan market when it arrives in dealerships later this year.
Kia has used many of the materials found in its newer luxury sedan, the Kia K900, to outfit a new top-level SXL trim. Although specs have not yet been released, Kia promises a feature-rich coach with two-toned Napa leather seats, second row captain’s chairs with footrests, piano black dash accents, surround view monitor and a high level of infotainment options via Kia’s UVO technology.