The aging Sedona has many features for the money but falls short overall. Controls are simple to use, fit and finish is good, and the cabin is flexible for storage. The 3.5-liter V6 and six-speed transmission provide spirited acceleration and slightly better fuel economy. Handling is secure but not agile, the ride is stiff, and the driving position is flawed. Seating is limited to seven people instead of the more usual eight, and accessing the third row is a chore. Crash-test results are excellent. Reliability remains below average. The Sedona will be discontinued after the 2012 model year.
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