|2016 Kia Sedona||Vs.||2016 Honda Odyssey|
|$21,990 (Friendly Kia VIP)||Price||$30,155 (The Competition)|
|Yes||Top Minivan - 2016 AutoPacific Vehicle Satisfaction Awards?||No|
|Yes||Cars.com 2015 Minivan of the Year?||No|
|Yes||Motor Trend's "Ultimate Minivan"?||No|
|10-yr/100,000-mile powertrain, 5-yr/60,000-mile basic warranty||Warranty Coverage||5-yr/60,000-mile powertrain, 3-yr/36,000-mile basic warranty|
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It might come as a surprise if you haven't been paying attention, but the 2016 Kia Sedona and the 2016 Honda Odyssey are at the pinnacle of the minivan class. Why is this, you ask? They both have the sturdy construction that earned them 2016 International Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) Top Safety Picks for 2016, which makes them safe for you and your passengers, but they both also come with premium features that make them standouts among minivans. We'll put them side-by-side and see which one best suits your needs.
The Honda Odyssey is a perhaps a better-known minivan, since it's been in production since the 1990s. But that won't mean a thing when we tell you the 2016 Kia Sedona is available at prices starting at nearly $10,000 less than the 2016 Honda Odyssey at Friendly Kia with our VIP Pricing, versus the competition's price.
In addition, the 2016 Odyssey lacks the combination of climate control and seating options that will make your family and friends happy, options which the 2016 Kia Sedona has. For starters, the 2016 Sedona has lounge seating, where second-row seats can recline and move closer to or further away from surrounding passengers. The 2016 Sedona also has available heated front seats and rear seats and an available heated steering wheel, which comes in handy if you're bringing the kids back from the pool or it's chilly outside, while the 2016 Odyssey only has available heated front seats - the kids in back are out of luck.