SEATTLE – Kia Motors America has its eye on a seating system similar to Chrysler Group LLC’s Stow ’n Go for its next-generation Sedona minivan. “From a product-planning standpoint, that is in the top three of what we’re pushing our team to do, because it’s a phenomenal feature,” Michael Sprague, vice president-marketing, for KMA tells Ward’s during a media preview here of the new Kia Forte sedan. Sprague, a father of three children under three years of age, sees value in the feature, ...
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