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2001 kia sedona 2.9 turbo diesel
best kept secret in motoring we covered over 170000 miles in our kia with a minimum of problems and a lot of fun drove all over europe over the years and apart from a slight problem with a gear selector cable in andorra this summer we have had very little trouble.the kia would still be on the road had i not overlooked the changing of the cam belt and ruined my own engine.we have test driven many new and second hand cars guess what we repiaced our kia with ?… Read Full Review
if you consider purchasing this car you will need very deep pockets filled with money as you will encounter lots of garage bills due to the fuel system and kia will not show no interest if the car is out of warrenty even by one day even if it is a known fault.
they will just ignore your efforts for dialogue until you give up.
so my advice is tochalkit up to experiance like i have even though it has lost me over £3000 on a 5 year old car.
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sorry to hear all your problems but ive had all makes ford vauxhall audi and merc but all have had problems every few months? i use my kia all day on the road and covered 70k in the past two years with not one fault just brake pads and they do eat front tyres. other than the paint job bieng poor and the heater fan getting a bit noisy on low its the most reliable car i have ever owned… Read Full Review
i have a 2002 kia sedona 2.9 diesel automatic, i would like to know if any one else has had this problem, when it is very cold the car will just about move and chucks out loads of black smoke, when it is warm it is a bit better , we bought the car in the summer and all was good until the cold weather came along, can any one help?… Read Full Review
Written on: by edwardsreview (1 review written)
I RETIRED IN 2003 AND PURCHASED A 2.9 CRDI SEDONA LX WITH THE BELIEF, THAT MY LOW MILEAGE EXPECTANCY WOULD GIVE LONG LIFE TO THE VEHICLE, AND WAS ADVISED THAT A 2.9
DIESEL ENGINE WOULD BE GOOD FOR 100000 MILES OR MORE. THIS IS GENERALLY TRUE FOR
CAR MANUFACTURERS, KIA`S SEDONA APPEARS TO BE THE EXCEPTION. MY SEDONA HAS DONE
66000 MILES APPROXIMATELY, I CANNOT BE EXACT, AS WHILST I AM WITHOUT MY SED0NA
HERE NEAR BOURNEMOUTH, IT HAS BEEN TOWED FROM THE M5 MOTORWAY, TO THE NEAREST KIA
DEALER AT… Read Full Review
3 times on the same Kia Sedona car the fuel system went down,once under warranty great!2nd time i was told i had put petrol in it so i told the insurance i had so i could claim 3rd time,same problem i got shut cos i knew the systems...cost me a 5 thousand pound loss. what a nightmare it turned out to be.it broke my heart,i thought it was the car of my dreams… Read Full Review
Written on: by big eddie (1 review written)
The dealer I bought my Kia Sedona from told me the fuel was contaminated so excessive water in the fuel damages the fuel pump and pipes due to lack of lubrication. I was advised to ask about if any one else has had the same problem. Passing blame to the service/petrol station where I regularly go, not to manufacturers. If there is a consistent fault with these units surely Kia must be held responsible and recall or fix these weak links. They should develop their fuel system so that is not so… Read Full Review
Written on: by glasgow8 (1 review written)
So far so good, the car is roomy, smooth and not too thirsty. The 2.9i power unit pulls smoothly and reasonably quietly considering the size of the vehicle and build quality seems good and solid. Early days yet but so far, impressive start… Read Full Review
Written on: by Peterwell (1 review written)
I bought a low milage (for the year) 3 year old Sedona 2.9 Diesel Auto which packed in totally on me while driving along about a month ago. The car has done 50k miles and is now 4 years old. I took it to a Kia dealership to get the problem diagnosed and was given the shocking news that the fuel pump had disintegrated and will need replacing, along with all linings and injectors. The price will be between £3000 and £4000 to fix. The dealership recommended speaking to Kia who, on my first… Read Full Review
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