Once an under-the-radar minivan that resided somewhere in the middle of that class, the Kia Sedona now packs a ton of options and power into a seven person carrier for its price. The general consensus of the first generation was that it was overweight and underpowered. However it was Kia's best-selling vehicle at launch because of amazing value. The redesign a few years later brought more power and shed a few hundred pounds. This substantially improved the Sedona's marketability and sales. While it doesn't come with as many standard options as its competitors, the overall value of the Kia Sedona plus its industry-leading warranty makes it a great choice. Fun fact: Kia Sedona parts were lent to the re-badged Hyundai Entourage (sold from 07-08 in the US).