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Kia Sedona and Sorento news - Kia to reveal three new models - 2006

Published: 03 Feb 2006

Kia is lining up three new cars to make their debuts at the Geneva motor show.

The Korean firm promises a radical new concept car to take on the likes of the Ford Focus and Volkswagen Golf.

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Kia is keeping tight-lipped about this concept, but says that the car is closer to production than many other concepts.

Also on the Kia stand at Geneva will be the all-new Sedona MPV.

Longer, taller and wider than its predecessor, the new Sedona has an electrically powered sliding side rear door and a powered tailgate.

Using a 2-3-2 seating layout, the Sedona has seven individual seats and all five of the rears can be removed, reclined, folded, and slid back and forth.

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The Sedona also benefits from two new engines. There's one petrol and one diesel, both with 182bhp.

Kia will also show off its revised Sorento SUV. This is more of a nip and tuck job, but there are new engines.

The diesel now comes with 167bhp and greater economy, while the 3.3-litre V6 has 232bhp.

The Sedona touches down in the UK in the middle of the year, and the Sorento arrives around the same time.

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