CHICAGO – Kia Motors America is forging a new design language, but that isn’t apparent in the auto maker’s new Sedona minivan introduced at the auto show here. The ’06 Sedona shares underpinnings with Hyundai Motor America’s forthcoming minivan set for debut in the first quarter of 2006. The next-generation Sedona boasts 15% more passenger room, a beefy new 3.8L V-6 engine that on paper outperforms competitors from Ford Motor Co., Toyota Motor Corp. and General Motors Corp., a laundry ...

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