2016 Kia Sedona from Las Cruces, NM: Luxury Meets Mini-Van

What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the word “minivan”? Family? Sure, most families will get a mini-van at some point in time to accommodate their growing broods. Utility? Definitely–minivans are the workhorses of the automobile industry, the cars that parents use to shuttle their kids to recitals or take the brood out for a road trip. However, have you ever considered throwing “luxury” into the mix? This is because the 2016 Kia Sedona proves that driving a minivan is not just a necessity for families, but it can also be a premium experience as well.

Since undergoing a complete redesign for its 2015 iteration, the Sedona has doubled its focus on creating a passenger-centric driving experience, upping the luxury factor to ensure the most enjoyable ride for all passengers. Among the deluxe features you can expect include:

First Class Seats

Featuring second row seats upholstered in ultra soft Napa leather, the new Sedona is redefining the meaning of comfortable car rides. The second row also features a retractable footrest, adjustable arm rests, and winged head rests for maximum comfort.

Dual Sunroof

Who says minivan rides have to be drab? Let in a bit of sunshine and fresh air by opening either or both of the Sedona’s sunroofs. Even better, you can open or close the sunroofs with a simple push of a button.

Heated Seats

When it rains or snows, driving through the cold is probably the last thing you want to do. However, thanks to the Sedona’s heated seats, you can stay extra warm and cozy even during less-than-sunny days.

A Real Looker

The Sedona isn’t just impressive on the inside, it’s stunning on the outside, too. Designed to achieve a sophisticated but powerful look, this minivan comes with a bold-looking front grille and a unique raked windshield that will surely draw second looks on the road.

If you’re interested in driving this new minivan from Kia from Las Cruces, NM, just drop by a trusted dealership in or around the area.


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