How many people does the 2016 Kia Sedona seat?
Families of all ages and sizes can benefit from the spacious interior of the 2016 Kia Sedona. Whether you’re still lugging around strollers and diaper bags, or are dropping the kids off at their college dorms, the Kia Sedona offers plenty of space for everyone. But exactly how many people does the 2016 Kia Sedona seat? The answer depends on the model you opt for.
As a standard, the 2016 Kia Sedona comes with seating for seven passengers. This includes two power adjustable front seats, a bench third seat and two captain’s chair middle row seats. This offers a more spacious, comfortable driving experience.
If you need more space for passengers in you Sedona, whether you’ve got a big family or are in charge of the weekly carpool, you can opt for a bench second row seat, which ups the seating capacity to eight passengers, while still offering plenty of room for everyone to sit comfortably and stretch out.
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The 2016 Sedona offers 39.8 inches of headroom for each section of the minivan, making it a great choice for tall passengers – great for growing teenagers! Additionally, there’s also about 40 inches of legroom for passengers in the front and second row, and 35 inches for third row passengers, so no one feel cramped.
Get the 2016 Kia Sedona at Moritz Kia
Are you interested in adding the 2016 Kia Sedona to your family’s arsenal of vehicles? You’ve come to the right place, then! At our Moritz Kia locations throughout Texas, we have a selection of models available for you to choose from. And with multiple locations, we’re sure that there’s a model near you that fits your family’s needs.
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Start your search by viewing our online inventory and narrowing down your options. From there, you can give one of our locations a call or contact us here on our site to schedule a test drive appointment. That way, you and your family can experience the comfortable, spacious interior of the Sedona for yourselves before making a final decision.