|2015 Honda Odyssey||2015 Kia Sedona|
|19 City/28 Hwy*||Fuel Economy||18 City/25 Hwy|
|148.5 cu-ft.||Passenger Volume||142 cu-ft.|
2015 Honda Odyssey vs 2015 Kia Sedona
Finding the best price available is important, though not every minivan is made equal, which is why we’re comparing the 2015 Honda Odyssey vs the 2015 Kia Sedona. Though the Sedona does start off at a lower price, there is less that it offers. Three things in particular. It has a lower fuel economy rating, a less spacious interior and a more comfortable drive. It allows drivers to more easily save on fuel costs over the years and take less trips thanks to much more space. More importantly, it’s a minivan you actually want to be in.
With a sport-inspired design, the Odyssey also handles surprisingly well in comparison to the Sedona despite it’s lower horsepower rating. Though both minivans are IIHS Top Safety Picks, the Odyssey comes with more standard features like a rearview camera on the base trim and up. So even with the slightly higher cost, the Odyssey offers a bit more bang for your buck.
2015 Honda Odyssey in Denver
The Honda Odyssey is an IIHS Top Safety Pick and it is exceptionally fun to drive, proving that there is good reason that U.S. News has rated it the number one minivan. It also offers a number of conveniences and ways to entertain. It offers seats that can all be removed or stowed away, making it possible to even load up a stack of plywood for a home project. And when you’re done unleading the Odyssey, the cool box will provide you with a refreshing drink while you use the class exclusive HondaVAC to clean up the interior.
You’ll also enjoy the benefit of being able to connect your iPod to the audio system, choose songs by voice and have a DVD playing for the passengers in the back two rows. The 2015 Honda Odyssey offers something for everyone in the family, which is why it was named the family minivan of 2015.
*19 city/28 highway/22 combined mpg rating. Based on 2015 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle.