Upcoming Kia Sedona Offers More Tech For Next Year!

May 24, 2017 01:00 AM EDT | Paul Urban

Kia Sedona has consistently been getting good reviews from industry experts. The upcoming Kia Sedona is expected to be better. It is reported to have more tech offering for next year's model. This is definitely exciting news specially for fans of this Korean brand.

The Kia Sedona's good reviews translate to impressive sales record. Kia definitely has very good reason to continue improving its minivan line. For 2016 alone, Kia reported 44,264 Sedona units sold. Well, this is far way less than the 114,000 of Sorento but this number translates to 20 percent increase.

The upcoming Kia Sedona is expected to battle it out against Chevrolet Pacifica known for an exceptional balance of style and luxury. Honda Odyssey proves to also be a tough competitor for being a great family car which boasts of good technological upgrades.

To compete, Kia may amp up its tech aspect. Its infotainment system may be so advanced enough to overtake its competitors. Specific details on its tech offering for 2018 has yet to be made available, however, it is sure to be top-notch and state-of-the-art.

It is good news that Kia is somehow investing more time and effort in developing its Sedona line. Some reports actually say that the Sedona is the most neglected car model currently on sale. The Korean company may not have paid much attention marketing this specific model in the past but it may well be completely different for 2018.

To keep up with its competitors, the upcoming Kia Sedona is not only technologically advanced. It is also expected to come with more visible styling changes. As it has been recently spied with less cover, photos reveal that its looks more like the KV7 concept and the 2014 Kia Sedona.

The upcoming Kia Sedona features set-back fog lights linked to the scoop-shaped line. The first of the headlights is also similar to that of Cadenza's. It does follow current design language adopted by Kia for having square shaped lights and LED lighting.

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