The 2015 Kia Sedona – Comfort, Style, Class – My Review

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Kia Girls Week in VegasOver the next few days I’m going to be sharing a bunch of fun posts about my time at Affiliate Summit West in Las Vegas.  Affiliate Summit West is a conference designed for affiliate marketers and those involved with internet affiliate marketing.  I went to this conference for two reasons.  One, to learn more about blogging so that I can become even better at my job and to share even better deals with you.  The other reason I went is pretty obvious:  it was in VEGAS!  Oh yeah, VEGAS Baby!

I can’t wait to share with you some of the fun things that I learned and experienced.  I didn’t want to go by myself, so I ask a few blogging buddies if they would like to join me and there ended up being 7 of us girls that made the trip together.  Girls week in VEGAS!

Since I was going to be away from my family for quite a while, I decided that I shouldn’t drive my Mini-van down to Vegas.  I decided to break with tradition and fly.  The only problem with flying is getting stuck in Vegas for a week without a car.  But, as luck would have it, we were able to test drive a 2015 Kia Sedona.  And boy am I ever glad that we did.  I’m used to a “van.”  I would call this so much more.  This is comfort, style, class.  Not words that I usually associate with a van.


The first thing I noticed when I picked up the 2015 Kia Sedona was the sleek lines and color.  Classy.  Once I got in, I realized this thing was so much more than just looks.  Super soft leather seats that heat and cool, fully adjustable, Bluetooth, and awesome navigation system, to name just a few.

My favorite part of the Kia Sedona is the keyless entry.  You just keep the key in your purse or pocket and the car detects when you walk up.  The car beeps and the rear view mirrors fold out (the fold in when the car is off).  It felt like the car was saying hi every time I walked up.  So fun!  One push of a button on the handles and the doors are unlocked.  It will even recognize if you walk up behind the van and wait for the trunk to open.  It “sees” that you are there and opens for you (so if you hands were full you wouldn’t have to put anything down).  SO COOL!

Kia parking

Another feature I loved were all the cameras.  There are cameras all over this car.  One to help you back up, two on either side of you car that will notice if you are leaving your lane or if there is a car in your blind spot.  It really helps with parking.

Kia lane departure

And did I mention the ride.  O.M.G.  So amazingly smooth.  I might have been driving a cloud.

Kia in VegasJust a few of the girls having fun!  Coralie from Lovebugs & Postcards, Staci from The Potters Place, Summer from Summer Scraps, and pictured above Jenn from Real Housewives of Riverton.

Wait!  I haven’t even mentioned the TWO sunroofs, USB ports, Satelite radio, backseats that completely recline and have foot rests so you can totally relax in style, huge trunk space, tons of cup holders, and even more!  Are you getting the idea?  This is not your mom’s mini-van.  If you have thought the size of a van would be appealing but you don’t want to give up comfort, you NEED to test drive this baby.  You won’t regret it.

kia trunk

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Thanks to DriveSTI for making this happen while we were in Las Vegas. We received no compensation for this review. All opinions are our own. We only recommend products or services that we believe will be beneficial to our readers. 


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