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FEATURES | 7 out of 10
Tri-zone air conditioning, a CD player, cruise control
cloth upholstery, two rows of two captain's chairs
Standard power sliding-door windows are a fresh-air plus
The 2009 Kia Sedona has many useful features both standard and optional, but Chrysler raises the state of the art with in-car TV, navigation, and in-floor folding seats.
According to Cars.com, all models include "tri-zone air conditioning, a CD player, cruise control, second-row captain's chairs and keyless entry with an alarm," while the Kia Sedona EX "adds power front seats, heated power mirrors, an auto-dimming inside mirror, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and gearshift knob, powered rear-quarter glass and a compass.” ConsumerGuide remarks that "standard power sliding-door windows are a fresh-air plus" on all Kia Sedona 2009 models. The 2009 Kia Sedona "is offered in two wheelbase lengths," states MyRide.com, as well as three different trims.
Kelley Blue Book reports that those who upgrade to the Kia Sedona EX trims can get "leather seating, heated front seats, driver's-position memory, sunroof, power sliding doors and liftgate, power-adjustable pedals, front-row automatic climate control, steering wheel-mounted audio controls, an Infinity 7.1 Surround Sound system with an in-dash six-disc CD changer and rear DVD entertainment system with two wireless headsets." In addition, there is a "less sophisticated rear DVD entertainment system that's available on both LX and EX 2009 Kia Sedona models." According to Cars.com, Kia Sedona 2009 "options list includes leather seats with heated front seats, memory for the driver's seat and mirror, and an 11-speaker DVD entertainment system."
The 2009 Kia Sedona offers a reasonable amount of standard equipment, but it comes nowhere close to what’s available in Chrysler’s minivans.