Honestly, Kia is a good vehicle. Parts are hard to come by because it is usually a crash that kills it, so not much salvageable for the parts yards. If you can find one at least 2 years or 100,000 km old, all its glitches should have worked out by then. Sedona's solid steel frame means not ideal gas mileage, but I feel safe inside it. Seats are heavy & clumsy to remove. Not as wide as others, so less storage space. I take the seats out for camping, and the double mattress I used in another make doesn't fit. However, I was able to move a couch & loveseat in it at once. I would not buy this minivan again unless there are some design changes. I have owned it 9 years, and only major issues have been fuel pump and now speedometer stopped working. It's a good car, but I need something with easier removal of seats.