The 2011 Kia Sedona is stocked with convenience amenities and safety features. For 2011, Sedona now comes with an all-new 3.5-liter V6 engine able to produce up to 271 horsepower (27 more than the previous version) and offer improved fuel economy over the previous year.
Also new for the 2011 Sedona is a standard six-speed automatic transmission, exterior side mirror LED turn signal indicators and Bluetooth wireless technology to enable hands-free operation for all compatible mobile phones, increasing Sedona’s convenience proposition further.
Sedona’s all-new 3.5-liter V6 engine is standard on all models. Sedoan also features a new six-speed automatic transmission with Sportmatic clutchless shifting. Sedona’s four-wheel independent suspension system is comprised of MacPherson struts with coil springs and a stabilizer bar in the front, while the rear uses a multi-link design with coil springs and a stabilizer bar.
Sedona models come standard with 16-inch steel wheels and 225/70R16 tires on LX models, with optional 16-inch alloy wheels, and 17-inch alloy wheels fitted to 235/60R17 tires are standard for EX models.
Competitively sized, the seven-passenger Sedona’s generous dimensions and unibody construction offer impressive passenger and luggage space and sophisticated ride and handling.
Adding to its space and versatility, flip-and-fold second row seats provide easy access to third row seating. A simple-to-operate 60/40-split folding-into-the-floor third row seat is standard on all models to create a larger flat cargo area, providing additional cargo space for all driver and passenger needs.
Base model estimated mpg: 18/25
Estimated starting price: $24,595
Compiled by Motor Matters

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