Remember when you were a teenager and saw that soccer mom go by with a minivan full of kids? You swore you’d never own a minivan. Well, fast forward a decade and you’re shuttling the kids around to hockey practice and dance lessons. So you ask yourself, “Do I need a minivan?”
If you’re just not sure, here are a few signs that you’re ready!
Third-Row Seating Gets Old
You paid the extra bucks for third-row seating in your SUV, but now getting the kids back there is difficult! Sliding side doors and captains’ chairs like you’ll find in the 2017 Kia Sedona make third-row access easy – and climb-free!
Car Seats Fill You with Dread
Getting your little one in and out of the car, while you’re hunched over, whacking your head on the roof … yikes! With a minivan, walk right up and slide them in. Easy!
You’ll not only get a good deal, you’ll save money after you drive off the lot. Minivans are less expensive to maintain and have less expensive insurance rates, too! Now you can pay for those karate lessons!
The Kids are Road Trip Age
You can get too close to your family. Load the spouse, kids and picnic basket in the sedan and you’ll see what we mean! A minivan gives you plenty of room for everyone to stretch out. The entertainment system keeps the kids quiet watching cartoons while you enjoy the drive and the scenery!
You’re Tired of Making Two Trips
You can get a lot into a minivan. Like the stroller, beach chairs, bags, towels, the sun tent, the boogie boards… You get the idea.
The Cops Don’t Notice
When was the last time you saw a police officer standing next to a minivan with his ticket book? Enough said.
You Care More about What’s Inside
You’re carrying precious cargo every time you leave the house. Minivans are made to protect kids and move them in comfort. They can hold most of the team, are easy to get into and out of and offer options like 4G or Wi-Fi connectivity for your kids’ devices.
What to Do Next
So now that you’re wondering what minivan to get, stop by i25 Kia and take a 24-hour home test drive in the 2017 Kia Sedona. It’s got everything you want in a minivan and will keep the kids happy on those long road trips.
- Posted by Rochelle Reynolds
- On August 29, 2017