Official recalls have been issued for the 2003 Kia Sedona by the NHTSA. The complete details of all recalls are listed below, along with what they cover and the recommended solutions.
The 2003 Kia Sedona is in its second year of production, and it continues to impress. Although it doesn’t spin the wheel in terms of interior or exterior design, the Kia Sedona delivers a lot of features and performance without raising the price to extreme levels. Price marks an important point for minivan owners, and Kia makes it a mission to offer a lot while keeping the van affordable for young families. Adding to that value Kia provides the 10 year, 100,000 mile warranty with the Kia Sedona at sale. This extended warranty provides a great value if want a used model. It carries over if something breaks. The Kia Sedona has excellent crash test scores as well.
We bought our 2003 Kia Sedona last year.
The previous owners (original owners) hardly drove it.
The van only had 75K miles on it.
We have put on 26K in one year!
The car has been great for us.
It's been all over the place because my husband travels a lot for work.
It gets good highway gas mileage.
We live in a rural area so it isn't so great for going from town to town.
We haven't had any major issues at all.
We are taking it in for general maintenance expected at 100K.
Plugs, wires, etc. because it is running rough, but with the way we drive that's to be expected.
I love the V6 - it really goes!
I love this mini-van!
The 2003 Kia Sedona receives only minor upgrades, since this marks only its second year on the market. New features include new taillights for the exterior, a new audio faceplate, and remote fuel door release in the cabin. The LX also gets a CD player. The EX features a keyless entry system, as well as leather armrests and leather lower seat portions. Finally, a trailer hitch remains available for all Kia Sedonas.
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