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New Kia Sedona Minivan Receives Highest Five-Star NHTSA Safety Rating

January 31, 2002

The new Kia Sedona minivan has earned the federal government's highest safety rating for the driver and front- and rear-seat passengers in both frontal and side impact crash tests, according to information released by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).The Sedona received a five-star rating in bothfrontal and side impact crash tests, an achievement equaled by only one other 2002 model-year minivan. The frontal and side crash tests are part of NHTSA's New Car Assessment Program (NCAP) designed to provide consumers with safety information about the two most dangerous injury-causing crashes.
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