Pros: The base 2014 Kia Sedona model is generously equipped, with a quiet cabn, spacious cabin and impressively pleasant road manners
Cons: Lacks many of the technology features found on class rivals; basic design feels dated next to other minivans
CG Says: The Kia Sedona returns for 2014 after a one-year hiatus, wearing slightly refreshed styling. Sedona is worth a look for matching the class leaders in size, utility, and standard safety features. The Sedona’s standard-equipment list is generous, and warranty coverage is impressive, but most of this Kia’s other rivals sport newer designs with greater refinement and more family-friendly gadgets and features. If you’re looking for strong minivan value, put the Sedona on your short list, but be sure to test drive the other vehicles in this class as well.