The Kia Sedona and the Toyota Sienna are similar minivans, but how does the newer Kia fare against the older Toyota. We would like to explain to you the features of the two so that you can pick a vehicle that suits your needs.
The Toyota Sienna was awarded one of J.D. Power's top reliability achievements, giving it a five out of five regarding Power Circle Ratings. While that is mighty impressive, the Kia Sedona warranty evens out the score with their warranty program. Toyota's standard offering is a 36,000 or 3-year warranty, while the Sedona sports a five-year or 60,000-mile warranty. On the subject of powertrain warranty, the Sienna offers five years/60,000 miles, but the Sedona towers over it with a 10-year/100,000mile warranty. The choice here is long term versus short term, and your decision will be based on your needs.
Both the Sedona and Sienna offer incredible safety features, so you will be picking a great vehicle no matter whom you choose. The Sedona earned a Top Safety Pick score from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, as did the Sienna. Both have safety features galore, even though the Kia Sedona has a few features more than the Sienna.
These vehicles come with a fantastic suite of technology, including forward-collision warning systems, heated rear seats, sound systems, and infotainment systems. The newer Kia Sedona has a better array of features, including a panoramic sunroof, selectable driving modes, and refrigerated glove box. All of these functions the Sienna cannot boast.
If you would like to test drive the Kia Sedona in Corpus Christi, give Mike Shaw Kia a call to schedule your test drive today.