Kia Sedona Wiper Blade Sizes (2002-2021)

Your Kia Sedona’s wiper blades help keep your windshield free from obstructions so that you can see clearly and drive safely. When your wiper blades wear out, they often will leave behind streaks on your windshield that can make it more difficult to see.

Fortunately, with the new wiper blades you’ll find on this page, you won’t have to worry about a streaky windshield anymore. You’ll be able to select the correct size for your vehicle with confidence. This will ensure that the installation of your new wiper blades is quick and easy.

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Kia Sedona Wiper Blade Size Chart

2021Minivan26"18"12"Bosch ICON
2020Minivan26"18"12"Bosch ICON
2019Minivan26"18"12"Bosch ICON
2018Minivan26"18"12"Bosch ICON
2017Minivan26"18"12"Bosch ICON
2016Minivan26"18"12"Bosch ICON
2015Minivan26"18"12"Bosch ICON
2014Minivan26"18"16"Bosch ICON
2012Minivan26"18"16"Bosch ICON
2011Minivan26"18"16"Bosch ICON
2010Minivan26"18"16"Bosch ICON
2009Minivan26"18"16"Bosch ICON
2008Minivan26"18"16"Bosch ICON
2007Minivan26"18"16"Bosch ICON
2006Minivan26"18"16"Bosch ICON
2005Minivan24"24"16"Bosch ICON
2004Minivan24"24"16"Bosch ICON
2003Minivan24"24"16"Bosch ICON
2002Minivan24"24"18"Bosch ICON

About the Kia Sedona

Although it’s not the most popular minivan, the Kia Sedona is a favorite for families on a budget looking for a reliable people hauler. Although it was renamed the Kia Carnival for its fourth generation, the Kia Sedona still makes an excellent choice on the used market.

The Sedona first hit the showroom floor in 1998, right about the time the Honda Odyssey, Toyota Sienna, and Dodge Grand Caravan were really coming into their own. While the first Sedona minivans were somewhat cramped and underpowered, Kia continued to make improvements on the vehicle through three generations of development.

By the time the model switched to the Carnival nameplate, the Kia Sedona was a reliable, safe, and fairly stylish option for minivan buyers.

In the world of minivans, there’s not a lot of competition. The previously mentioned entries from Honda and Toyota, as well as the perennial attempt from Chrysler, are the only minivans competing against the Sedona.

Other similarly sized vehicles include the Toyota Highlander, Honda Pilot, and Subaru Ascent. The price of the Kia Sedona is its main advantage. For a relatively affordable price, you get a well-appointed minivan with great standard safety features.

Speaking of safety, the most recent Sedona aced all of the crash test categories in the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s tests. That’s one reason why the Sedona was named the Best Family Car for two years by Parents Magazine. It also won a J.D. Power Initial Quality Award, which is quite an achievement for a vehicle from a value brand.

If you’re looking for a solid minivan that gets the job done, the Kia Sedona won’t let you down.

See Also: Kia Telluride, Kia Sorento, Kia Sportage