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Jan. 2007 Sales: Hyundai Motor America

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Jan. 2007 Sales: Hyundai Motor America

FOUNTAIN VALLEY, Calif., 02/01/2007 -- Hyundai Motor America today announced sales of 27,721 units for the month of January. Sales were down 8 percent from Hyundai’s record January sales in 2006. The all-new 2007 Santa Fe and Accent showed strong gains over the previous year, posting 89 percent and 80 percent increases respectively.

“We are disappointed with the results for January sales, especially given the continued quality improvements in our products. We experienced lower than anticipated sales in our California region and our South Central region sales were depressed due to difficult weather,” said Chief Operating Officer Steve Wilhite. “We are confident that our plan going forward is sound and will gain traction through the balance of the first quarter.”

All Hyundai vehicles sold in the U.S. are covered by The Hyundai Advantage, America’s Best Warranty. Hyundai buyers are protected by a 10-year/100,000-mile power train warranty, a 5-year/60,000-mile bumper-to-bumper warranty, a 7-year/unlimited-mile anti-perforation warranty and 5-year/unlimited-mile roadside assistance protection.

Following is the sales breakdown for January 2007.

CARLINE		   January 2007  January 2006	CY2007	   CY2006

	ACCENT			   2,437		 1,353		 2,437		1,353
	SONATA			   7,276		11,643		 7,276	   11,643
	ELANTRA			  6,361		 7,780		 6,361		7,780
	TIBURON				777		 1,019		   777		1,019
	SANTA FE			 5,635		 2,986		 5,635		2,986
	AZERA				1,685		 1,807		 1,685		1,807
	TUCSON			   2,769		 3,620		 2,769		3,620
	ENTOURAGE			  781			 0		   781			0

	TOTAL			   27,721		30,208		27,721	   30,208

[source: Hyundai Motor America]

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