Nigel Donnelly

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KIA'S SEDONA MPV has long been a favourite of caravanners. High kerbweight, loads of space and sensibly priced, it has plenty to commend it.

KIA'S SEDONA MPV has long been a favourite of caravanners. High kerbweight, loads of space and sensibly priced, it has plenty to commend it. 

 

The latest version is fitted with Kia's formidable 2.2 CRDi diesel engine which replaced the 2.9ltr diesel a couple of years ago. More punch and improved economy were the result. But the Sedona is getting on a bit now. David Motton finds out whether the Sedona is still a sensible option for caravanners.

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