For those requiring a people-carrier/load lugger that is spacious and versatile the LE special edition Sedona takes the exceptional value-for-money attributes of this large MPV into another dimension. The Sedona, which is the second best selling large MPV on the UK market, is now available in model year 2004 guise in this new special edition.
The Sedona LE is distinguished externally by alloy wheels, privacy glass and rear spoiler with the car being available in either bold black or stylish silver paintwork. The interior gains a high specification Sony CD six speaker audio and leather-wrapped steering wheel.
The "factory fit" privacy glass reduces glare from the sun and will be especially popular for parents with small children. It also makes valuables in the car less visible to on-lookers and is the perfect accompaniment to the T-Pack being offered as an option for the first time on this car.
The T-Pack comes with all the gadgets necessary to make every journey into an adventure. The T-Pack offers the latest in in-car entertainment for the passengers with a DVD player with a 7-inch roof mounted screen that can be seen from the second or third row of seats, so children young and old can catch up on their latest movie or music video. Not to be left out the driver while he can’t catch the movie is spared the hassle of navigating by the inclusion of a satellite navigation system and also benefits from the inclusion of rear parking distance sensors for accurate parking of this 16 foot MPV.
The T-LE Sedona is also fitted with a category 1 immobiliser and alarm for extra peace of mind.
The Sedona is powered by a proven 2.9-litre common-rail turbo diesel engine, which makes light work of heavy loads and provides a potential range of more than 500 miles between fill-ups.
For a limited introductory period the Sedona LE is priced at £16,250 (manual) or £17,250 (automatic) and the T-LE is £18,245 (manual) or £19,245 (automatic).
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