Posted on 01. Mar, 2012 by in Hyundai Canada

COSTA MESA, Calif., Mar. 1, 2012 – Hyundai Motor America currently announced all-time record Feb sales of 51,151 units, adult 18 percent contra 2011.

“February business was surprisingly clever for Hyundai,” pronounced Dave Zuchowski, Hyundai Motor America’s executive clamp president, inhabitant sales. “Although we continue to understanding with parsimonious car supply opposite a country, a core vehicles — Sonata, Elantra and Accent — all saw healthy double number sales increases for a month. Additionally, sum sales of a reward Genesis/Equus models were adult 5 percent over final year, environment all-time annals in reward shred sell marketplace share.”

Overall sell sales by dealerships rose 29 percent from final February. Sonata, Elantra and Accent sum sales increases were 11 percent, 12 percent and 29 percent, respectively. Fleet brew stays low during 8 percent as a concentration stays on sell customers.

“Our offered investments in a Super Bowl and Academy Awards have once again delivered clever consumer direct opposite a lineup,” pronounced John Krafcik, Hyundai Motor America’s boss and CEO. “Even in a face of clever new competitors, Sonata and Elantra led a mid-size and compress segments in offered seductiveness during mid-month, according to information from Compete.”


Hyundai achieved a corporate normal fuel economy turn of 37.7 MPG (28.3 MPG tag value) in February, one full MPG aloft than January, while offered 20,302 vehicles (40 percent of sum sales) with 40 MPG window tag highway fuel economy ratings. That’s adult from 35.2 MPG in Feb 2011, a 7 percent increase. “With fuel prices over $4/gallon in most of a country, consumers continue to find a lot to like opposite Hyundai’s industry-leading fuel-efficient lineup,” pronounced Krafcik. “Our plants are tough during work doing all they can to accommodate a unusual direct we’re seeing, generally for Accent, Veloster, Elantra, and Sonata.”

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