Just the Facts:
- The redesigned 2015 Kia Sedona minivan starts at $26,795, reflecting no price increase over the base 2014 model.
- Three new trim levels have been added to the 2015 Sedona lineup, including a top-of-the-line 2015 Sedona SX Limited model that starts at $40,595.
- The 2015 Sedona arrives at U.S. dealerships this fall.
IRVINE, California — The redesigned 2015 Kia Sedona minivan starts at $26,795, including an $895 destination charge, reflecting no price increase over the base 2014 model.
Three new trim levels have been added to the 2015 Sedona lineup, including a top-of-the-line 2015 Sedona SX Limited model that starts at $40,595, including shipping.
The 2015 Sedona arrives at U.S. Kia dealerships this fall.
The new trim levels are the base L model, SX and premium SX Limited.
Just two trim levels were offered for the 2014 model year: Sedona LX and EX.
The midlevel 2015 Sedona EX starts at $32,995, including shipping, reflecting a $1,200 price increase over the 2014 EX.
The new 2015 Sedona SX starts at $36,995, including shipping.
All models are equipped with a 276-horsepower 3.3-liter gasoline direct injection or GDI V6 engine linked to a six-speed automatic transmission. The 2015 Sedona returns 18 mpg in city driving and 24 mpg on the highway, according to the EPA.
That's a 1 mpg improvement in city driving compared to the 2014 Sedona.
The Sedona gets a significant redesign with a bolder look, new engine and new optional safety features. A new $2,700 Technology package bundles smart cruise control, lane-departure warning system, forward-collision warning system and xenon HID headlights.
The Sedona seats seven, but an upgrade to the eight-passenger package adds another $400. A rear-seat entertainment system is a $995 option.
All Sedona models come standard with electronic stability control, traction control, brake-assist system, hill-start assist control, antilock brakes and cornering brake control.
Key competitors to the Sedona include the Chrysler Town & Country, Honda Odyssey and Toyota Sienna.
Edmunds says: Kia comes up with a Sedona pricing strategy that has something for all minivan shoppers. It continues to offer a modestly priced version, but kicks it up a notch with some high-end models that should be standouts in the school carpool line.
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