The 2010 Sedona, like most Kia models, comes with a generous list of standard features but few options—which makes it simple to build and helps enable the low price. Customers decide simply between the three models, Base, LX, or EX, and take what they offer. Base models do come quite well equipped, with keyless entry, cruise control, tri-zone automatic climate control, and a sound system with auxiliary input and USB port. LX models also come with power side doors, and EX models add larger alloy wheels, fog lamps, heated mirrors, a power tailgate, upgraded upholstery, and other extras. Only a handful of options, including a DVD entertainment system, heated front seats, and a navigation system, are available.
ConsumerGuide remarks that "standard power sliding-door windows are a fresh-air plus" on LWB Sedona models. Cars.com notes that the "options list includes leather seats with heated front seats, memory for the driver's seat and mirror, and an 11-speaker DVD entertainment system." Kelley Blue Book says that in addition to the rear DVD entertainment system available on the EX, including wireless headsets, there's a "less sophisticated rear DVD entertainment system that's available on both LX and EX 2009 Kia Sedona models."