2019 Kia Sedona
At the 2018 New York International Auto Show, Kia Motors America (KMA) unveiled the revitalized 2019 Sedona, revealing a more refined minivan that preserves the same practical benefit with sufficient guest space and cargo, albeit with more style, technology, and features. Wearing newly developed front and rear fascias, the Kia Sedona now sports a similar style language utilized on a few of the more recent models in Kia’s lineup, while a new readily available rear-seat entertainment system along with other benefit features keep the Sedona’s tech lineup up-to-date. In addition, the Kia Sedona’s attempted and true 3.3-liter V6 can now be paired with an 8-speed automated transmission.
2019 Kia Sedona Design
Remaining real to the CUV-like percentages that came as a result of Kia’s design-led transformation, the Sedona’s front fascia is specified by a more modern-day headlight setup that helps accomplish a sharper appearance, with unique LED headlamps that are basic on SX and SXL trims. Sitting proudly in between the headlamps is Kia’s signature ‘tiger nose’ grill highlighted with a detailed mesh-like pattern. Below it, a reconfigured bumper and air consumption include a dash of sportiness. Around back, the rear mix lights– total with a new graphic– flank the changed chrome garnish on the liftgate.
The side profile, specified by its lowered front and rear overhangs and deeply swept windshield, becomes more unique thanks to recently developed 17-, 18-, and 19-inch wheels, based on trim. And because busy households value a helping hand, a freshly added power sliding door button located on the side door manages of EX trims and above is designed to be simply that, supplying easier access to the Kia Sedona’s well-appointed cabin. Including more style to the model line is the SXL trim, which comes equipped with a special bumper, skid plate, LED headlamps and foglights, 19-inch chrome wheels and distinct side sill.
2019 Kia Sedona Engine
The Kia Sedona’s attempted and real Gasoline Direct Injection (GDI) 3.3-liter V6 engine is now matched to an 8-speed automatic transmission that replaces the 6-speed automated in the outgoing model. While power figures stay unchanged with the engine making 276 horse power and 248 lb.-ft. of torque, the new transmission is designed to develop a more seamless driving experience and aid improve integrated fuel economy figures. In addition, the Sedona continues to use a three-step Variable Induction System (VIS) that enhances engine “breathing” by immediately adjusting the intake runner lengths to enhance engine torque under various load conditions.
2019 Kia Sedona Release Date and Price
Kia has kept quiet on rates and accessibility, but we need to learn more about that prior to sales begin, most likely later on this year.