4. Kia Sedona
As crossovers continue to woo style-conscious parents with high-capacity needs, the minivan segment continues to see products drop. Volkswagen no longer sells the Routan, and Ford’s Windstar hasn’t seen a showroom floor in years.
Kia’s Sedona is one of the few remaining products. Sales numbers lag miserably behind the Grand Caravan. It might have something to do with the starting price, which at $25,900 is almost $6,000 more expensive than the Chrysler products it stands beside.
Kia dropped the Sedona for 2013, but promises that there will be a new version for 2014. Maybe it will be more competitive.