Minivans: Then and Now

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Then: 2002 Kia Sedona
When Kia jumped into the fray with its first minivan, the Sedona became the lowest priced minivan offering in America at the time, with prices starting below $19,000. But Kia has always provided good value, so even though that minivan was low priced it featured front and rear air-conditioning, seating for seven and removable rear seats for plenty of cargo space. The original Sedona sourced power from a 3.5-liter V6 engine producing 195 horsepower, teamed with one of the first 5-speed automatics found in a minivan.

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