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Tuesday, September 22, 2015

KIA News

The Big Test: Minivans - Chrysler, Honda, Kia, Nissan, and Toyota

Family Vacation: America's Best-Selling Minivans Duke It Out for Our Big Test Crown

Driving the Sedona is actually a lot of fun.

Toyota fares better than its Chrysler and Nissan rivals. Yes, its black hole of an interior and a rock-hard suspension are less than ideal, but the Sienna really punches above its weight in the numbers with the lowest cost of ownership of the bunch and impressive fuel economy and safety scores. There was little doubt in our minds on the finishing order for the bottom three contenders, but judges went back and forth between this Big Test's top two finishers for weeks-so little differentiates the two. Although both minivans are clearly complete packages above and beyond the rest, ultimately the Odyssey earns the silver medal. We love the Honda's versatility, roominess, and features, but we aren't completely sold on its fuel-economy merits given its Real MPG numbers. Nor can we justify giving its lackluster cabin materials a pass considering its sticker price. And that leaves us with the new kid on the block. The Kia Sedona might not sport segment-leading fuel economy or cargo volume, but it is hands-down the most stylish, comfortable, and best-driving minivan on the road. The Sedona is a value-rich vehicle that its owners are sure to enjoy, whether they're schlepping to work or down the coast for another fun-filled family vacation.

5th Place: Chrysler Town & Country

The long-in-the-tooth Chrysler is tops in sales but last in our Big Test. Still, the T&C is a great value and shows promise for the future.

4th Place: Nissan Quest

A comfortable cabin isn't enough to overcome the Quest's lackluster crash-test scores or driving dynamics.

3rd Place: Toyota Sienna

It doesn't blow our socks off subjectively, but it's tough to argue with the Sienna's stellar efficiency and performance.

nd Place: Honda Odyssey

A long-time MT favorite is still a segment standout and excellent hauler, but it's not our Big Test winner.

1st Place: Kia Sedona

A van with this much style, substance, and safety might be all it takes to make the minivan cool again.

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