Two years ago, the Kia Sedona entered the minivan market.
The sales of this van have climbed steadily, suggesting
that consumers like the thought of value for money. With
the 2003 Kia Sedona, they get just that. Roomy, and keeping
to the features that have helped it sell so well, this minivan
is primed to climb even farther up the rankings in this
The 2003 Kia Sedona is available in the LX and the EX models.
Both are 4-door vans, provide V6 power, and seat seven.
The length of both the LX and the EX out-classes other regular
body minivans. The Kia Sedona comes with 5-speed automatic
Inside the 2003 Kia Sedona, there is an incredible amount
of storage for all those little items that find their way
into a minivan. A 2-level glovebox, front overhead compartment,
and covered dashtop bin are just some of the compartments
in this van. A split 50/50 bench flips and folds, and the
second and third rows of seats lift completely out of the
van, making room for large cargo items. The cupholders and
storage bin between the front seats folds down, allowing
passage to the back rows.
Standard features on both models include front and back
air conditioning, a central door lock button, and an AM/FM/CD
player. The EX has additional stereo speakers, a spare remote
for the keyless entry, a trip computer, and a power passenger
seat as standard features. Also in the EX, third row passengers
are provided with their own control buttons.
In the LX, the second row has a bench seat, while the EX
has bucket seats. The EX may be furnished with leather upholstery,
Both models feature dual sliding rear side doors and rear
privacy glass. For 2003, all Sedonas sport new taillights.
The EX also comes with alloy wheels and a roof rack. A power
sunroof is a option for the EX, and a tow hitch and a rear
spoiler are options on both Sedona models.
In this van, the 3.5-litre V6 engine does 195 hp at 5500
rpm, and 218 lbs-ft of torque at 3500 rpm. There is 5-speed
automatic transmission in both the LX and EX models.
Safety and Security
For safety, the 2003 Kia Sedona offers dual front airbags
as standard on both models. The EX also comes equipped with
fog lights, while anti-lock brakes are an option on both
2003 Kia Sedona
front-wheel-drive Sedona continues Kia's tradition
of well-built, high-value vehicles that offer more
than the buyer might expect. It is powered by a high-tech
3.5-liter dual overhead cam V6 that is the largest
displacement engine currently available in an import
2003, the Sedona LX upgrades its standard audio system
to include an AM/FM/CD with six speakers. The EX will
satisfy audiophiles with an upgraded AM/FM/stereo/cassette/CD
player and two additional tweeters. Standard on both
models are three 12 volt power access points - one
on the dash, one in the third row and one in the cargo
compartment - to plug in auxiliary items such as TVs,
laptops and cell phones.
the Kia tradition, the Sedona LX is packed with unexpected
standard features, and for 2003 adds an inside passenger
central door lock switch and remote fuel lid release
to its already long list, which includes power front
windows, power mirrors, power door locks, front and
rear air conditioning, illuminated ignition key slot
and map lights in the overhead console. There are
also reading lights in the second and third rows of
seating, front door courtesy lights and a rear cargo
area light with a convenient on/off switch. Sunglass
and garage door opener storage are also standard in
the overhead console.
2003 the Sedona receives a new rear combination tail
light design and on the EX, an all chrome rear garnish
and standard two-tone body side cladding. Also standard
are dual sliding doors, rear privacy glass and multi-reflector
Sedona adds two new colors for the model year, Sage
Green and Diamond Silver, and will be available with
a trailer hitch.
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