2010 Kia Sedona Interior
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While reviewers find the Sedona's cabin comfortable, they don't find it especially stylish or upscale. However, they do say that materials are in line with the Sedona's affordable price, and that comfort is probably more important than style in a vehicle that can hold seven people. When it comes to passengers, the Sedona has seven seats and some reviewers believe that at least six of those will fit nicely -- seven if the back row is used to carry children.
- "Shortcomings consist of a gauge cluster that's unexciting, a center control panel that's uninspired and available wood-look trim that's reminiscent of wood-paneled wagons and dens from the Brady Bunch era." -- Kelley Blue Book
- "The Sedona's cabin is short on soft-touch surfaces and long on nondescript plastics, but the materials are mostly in line with the price." -- Consumer Guide
- "The interior didn't look downscale." -- MSN
The Kia Sedona seats seven in three rows, with seats for two in each of the first two rows and room for two adults or three children in back. Reviewers find the first two rows more than acceptable for adult passengers, but most feel that the third row is only comfortable for kids.
- "The Sedona's seven-passenger layout consists of two second-row, removable, reclining captain's chairs and a one-touch fold-and-flip function that allows for easy access to a three-passenger third-row." -- Kelley Blue Book
- "The third-row seat is still best left to little kids due to a low cushion and tight headroom." -- Edmunds
- "Front occupants find comfortable chair-height seats, and headroom is ample. … 2nd-row seats easy to reach, offer adult-size headroom and legroom even with the front seats fully back. The 3rd row is adult-comfortable for short trips only, and access is squeezed by the bulk of the folded 2nd-row seats. Standard power-sliding-door windows are a fresh-air plus." -- Consumer Guide
The 2010 Kia Sedona comes with an impressive number of standard features, which include tri-zone climate controls, power front windows, power door locks, an AM/FM/CD audio system, keyless entry, cruise control and a front-row extendable side table with cupholders.
- "All controls are within easy reach, are nicely sized, and are clearly marked. Standard three-zone climate control is an upscale touch." -- Consumer Guide
- "The up-front collection of knobs and buttons isn't as attractive as some of its competitors." -- Kelley Blue Book
- "The dashboard is well-arranged, with a center stack area where buttons and knobs are large and Lexus-like." -- MSN
Reviewers say that the 2010 Kia Sedona has plenty of cargo space, even when the third row of seats is in use. With the third row folded and the second row captain's chairs out of the way, there is 141.5 cubic feet of cargo space available in the LX and EX, and 121.3 cubic feet in the base model. Critics also like all spots for stowing small items throughout the cabin, and all the cupholders.
- "The deep well behind the 3rd-row seat is a useful cargo hold, plus the seat sections fold into it easily. Second-row seats tumble and fold for generous load volume. They can also be removed, but weigh 60 pounds each. There are plenty of cubbies for small items. Families may want the EX-only Power Package with power-sliding side doors and a power rear liftgate." -- Consumer Guide
- "The vehicle is utterly lousy with beverage holders. If you find yourself ferrying a lot of lapsed alcoholics, this is your minivan." -- Los Angeles Times
- "Maximum cargo, although a few cubic feet short of the class leaders, is still generous, and plenty of cubbies abound for quick stowage of things like cell phones, purses and snacks." -- Edmunds