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With vans starting to disappear in favor of crossovers I'm glad Kia is sticking with the Sedona. It's way more practical than any crossover. I have a 2013 Sedona that's served me well and I'm looking to get an upgrade. I'm holding out at least until the new one hits the market. Can't wait to meet some more van fans.
 

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Amen.

SUVs mean a rough ride for no reason. Cramped space with a transmission tunnel going through the cabin for no reason. Huge tires that cost a boat load of money for no reason.

You know what's important to me? Comfy. Cheap (ish). Better gas mileage than a big SUV. Carries the kids and everybody is happy. Get me a stripper Sedona for $30kish and I'm buying one.

Long live the minivan.
 

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Amen.

SUVs mean a rough ride for no reason. Cramped space with a transmission tunnel going through the cabin for no reason. Huge tires that cost a boat load of money for no reason.

You know what's important to me? Comfy. Cheap (ish). Better gas mileage than a big SUV. Carries the kids and everybody is happy. Get me a stripper Sedona for $30kish and I'm buying one.

Long live the minivan.
For vehicles of this size, van or SUV, comfort and practicality should be top priority. Unless it's purpose built like a Jeep Wrangler it shouldn't be a pain to drive long distance.
 
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