The 2015 Kia Sedona will keep the same price as the 2014 model year despite getting a facelift.
The Korean automaker has announced that the updated minivan will be priced from $26,795 including destination and will be available in five trim levels: base L model, EX, LX, SX and premium SX Limited. Last year, the Sedona was only available in LX and EX trim. The mid-range Sedona EX will start at $32,995, which is a $1,200 increase over the 2014 Sedona EX while the Sedona SX will be priced from $36,995. Pricing for the range-topping SX Limited model will be set at $40,995.
All 2015 Sedona models will come equipped with a 3.3-liter GDI V6 engine with 276 hp and paired to a six-speed automatic transmission. According to the EPA, the minivan will return 18 mpg in the city and 24 mpg on the highway which marks a one-mpg improvement in city driving compared to the 2014 model. Along with the redesign on the exterior, the 2015 Sedona also benefits from a new engine and new optional safety features including the $2,700 Technology package which adds smart cruise control, lane-departure warning system, forward-collision warning system and Xenon HID headlights.
The minivan will come standard with seating for seven while an upgrade to eight-passenger seating is available for $400 additional. A rear-seat entertainment system is available as a $995 option.
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