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Hi
I drive a 2004 Kia Sedona
We bought it a few months back trading in our 02 Chevy Venture
Does anyone know if the Sedona does good in the snow because I live in a hilly area where it snows and I wanted to know if it does good or not?

I also wrecked it a few weeks after purchasing it and I have to admit that it held up to its 5 star safety standards and I feel safe driving it.

I have only had it back 2 days from the shop but the repairs are flawless and it still drives supurbly
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Well, we just had about 40" of snow here in Massachusetts, south of Boston. My Kia Sedona Ex seems to work ok in the snow. I've had to plow thru a couple of nasty, slushy leftover mounds from a snowplow and got thru ok. If you go slow & steady, the wheels find traction and go. Of course, a lot of common sense is helpful also. Best of luck driving in this weather. :blink:
 

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Yes the Sedona is great in snow I live in central Mass. Usa Snow contry and I've had all kinds of cars, vans, The Sedona is about the best I think the heavey motor helps. Its right over the axal for good traction. It does tend to spin if you give it to much gas, but I drop it in low and ease on the peddle and it moves nice. I like the 15" tries even though there cheap KOHO the get good traction. I've been on some really bad unplowed roads with no problems.
 

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Works great in the snow in Canada (West Coast). Much better than the older 94 Caravan we had. Feel very comfortable driving it on the snowy passes.
 
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