The 2015 Kia Sedona’s second-row seats don’t disappear. And in top-of-the-line SXL trim, they don’t even do the newfangled Slide-n-Stow thing that Kia invented to make up for the loss of disappearing and/or removable action. Kick-out leg rests – ottomans, really – take away some flexibility.
So how do the seats work in the real world?
They move in and out, back and forth, kick out and kick back, recline. Every movement feels like more lubricant is required. And while Chrysler’s Stow’N’Go is enormously useful for many buyers, a couple of senior citzen couples taking a long drive down south might prefer to lounge.
GCBC’s full review of the 2015 Kia Sedona will be published in a couple weeks. We’re averaring around 11 L/100km, or 21 mpg on the U.S. scale, in suburban driving. The test car has a sticker price of CAD $47,960.