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Starting MSRP: about $22,100
One of the few remaining minivans offered in short- and long-wheelbase versions, the Kia Sedona seats seven in either model. Owners will probably want to spring for the larger version if they transport seven on a regular basis.
In the short-wheelbase version, second-row passengers have noticeably less headroom and third-row passengers have noticeably less legroom than in the long-wheelbase version. The base model is powered by a 250-horsepower, 3.8-liter V-6 engine mated to a five-speed auto-manual transmission -- an unusual feature in the minivan segment. It's an automatic transmission with manual shifting capability.
Standard features on all models include three-zone air conditioning, cruise control, power windows, keyless entry, mirrors and locks, and a one-touch, flip-and-fold second row. Long-wheelbase models also have a 60/40, split-folding third row that folds flat into the floor.