DETROIT – The ’02 Kia Sedona becomes the second minivan to earn a quadruple 5-star crashworthiness rating – without benefit of side air bags (SAB). Sedona matches the results achieved earlier by the ’02 Ford Windstar, but the vehicle used in its test was equipped with the supplementary side restraint system. Sedona is the big winner among the 29 vehicles most recently tested by the National Highway Traffic Safety Admin. (NHTSA). It earns five stars – the highest possible rating – in each ...

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