Florida is not included in the list of states that is eligible for a Kia recall on Sedona mini-vans. The recent move by the company has been classified as a geographical recall. The carmaker has received several complaints about the vehicle and the failure of a front-end control arm. The arm, according to the company, can cease to work properly when it rusts.
The steering column becomes inoperable when the arm breaks, causing the driver to lose control of the vehicle's direction. One consumer reported that he or she had just dropped their children off when the control arm broke on their Sedona. That customer stated that the situation could have been much worse if the children had still been in the vehicle. The problem did not cause a car accident in that case. Kia reports that they have not received any information that would make them believe any car accidents have resulted from the broken arm.