KIA Sedona

#6
I drove a hired Sedona in the US a few years ago. No idea how big the tank was and their gallons are different to ours(?), so what the mpg was I've no idea. Nice car to drive and - being in the US - it had more cup-holders than seats. Hope this helps. If it doesn't, well, you know what you can do...
 

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#7
I drove a hired Sedona in the US a few years ago. No idea how big the tank was and their gallons are different to ours(?), so what the mpg was I've no idea. Nice car to drive and - being in the US - it had more cup-holders than seats. Hope this helps. If it doesn't, well, you know what you can do...
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I know a Sidonia (Von Bork)

Not sure how many miles she does to the tank.

Hope this helps.
 
#8
No idea about the Sedona, my wife used to have a 1 litre Picanto and I refused to drive it, my supercharged Range Rover used to get about 8-9mpg around town. I'd imagine the Sedona would be somewhere in between those two.

Surprisingly this is the most useful response you've had so far.

Hope this helped.

K_I
 
#9
Has the NAAFI bar deteriorated further into a forum for shit car owners asking dog nosh questions?

The only time you should step into a Kia Sedona is if you are in a get away car and it crashes into a Florist shop front, the Kia should be full of other peoples babies, badly strapped in on a school run.

You are then permitted to drag the single mum driver from the passenger seat, cuff her, steal her family allowance book and speed off in her Kia, throwing children from the windows into the path of pursuing dibble cars.

Other than that, get a proper car you Slope loving, denier of Jap prisoner of war atrocities and vomiter on the service of the Burma star cunt!

Don't retort with Kia isn't Jap..... A slope is a slope is a Jap!
 

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