Enjoy Your Road Trip with the 2016 Kia Sedona

If you need a vehicle that has comfort and performance features for a road trip in El Paso, the 2016 Kia Sedona is a great choice:

Interior Features

The Sedona has elegant seats that are wrapped in plush Nappa leather. Passengers can travel in comfort because each seat has a soft headrest, retractable footrests, and adjustable armrests.

Mechanical Features

On busy freeways in El Paso, the Kia Sedona will perform well because it has a gasoline injection system and a V6 engine under the hood. Kia engineers tested the fuel system rigorously for over 300 hours. As a result, the motor delivers dependable, long-lasting results.

If you ever need the tow cargo across El Paso, the Sedona won’t let you down since it has a 3,500-pound towing capacity. The six-cylinder engine provides 276 horsepower, so the vehicle will never stall on the road.

Safety Features

The Sedona’s unique seat-belt technologies and advanced airbag system keep passengers and cargo safe. The airbags are designed to reduce injuries; it has various sensors that recognize impact levels and a passenger’s presence in the vehicle.

In the front and back of the cabin, each seat has seat-belt anchors, which are adjustable. Every seat also has a three-point strap that fits securely on a passenger’s shoulder and lap. Kia engineers developed a safety feature for children too; the LATCH system is a tool that helps parents mount child seats in the vehicle.
http://www.chicagotribune.com/classified/automotive/sc-cons-0618-autoreview-kia-sedona-20150611-story.html

http://www.cbs8.com/story/30250310/kia-motors-america-announces-pricing-of-all-new-2016-optima

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