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October 2007 Sales: Hyundai Motor America

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FOUNTAIN VALLEY, Calif., 11/01/2007 Hyundai Motor America’s popular Santa Fe and Sonata vehicles posted sales increases of 15 percent and 28 percent, respectively, for the month of October. Additionally, the fuel-efficient Accent posted strong sales, up 32 percent over October 2006. Overall, sales for the month were relatively flat at 30,232, compared with 30,479 one year ago.

“We are hopeful the arrival of our 2008 models in showrooms will mitigate some of the uncertain economic conditions in the fourth quarter and sales will improve through the end of the year and build momentum heading into 2008,” said Bob Pradzinski, Hyundai Motor America’s director, national sales.

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 powertrain 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 October 2007:

CARLINE		OCT/2007	OCT/2006  	CY2007  	CY2006ACCENT		2,660		2,010		31,872		30,099SONATA		9,507		7,438		108,865		130,993ELANTRA		4,737		5,468		78,627		86,102TIBURON		895		1,211		12,745		15,663SANTA FE	5,940		5,162		75,945		50,432AZERA		1,415		1,911		18,776		22,473TUCSON		2,958		4,322		35,407		44,610ENTOURAGE	596		2,957		16,260		9,366VERACRUZ	1,524		N/A		10,142		N/ATOTAL		30,232		30,479		388,639		389,738

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Wow, Entourage way down. Tucson way down. Elantra down, Sonata up <check your Dollar lots> but down so far for the year, Accent up slightly.

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Sonata up <check your Dollar lots> but down so far for the year

Recall the article last month on the reason for Montgomery downtime. Either they force-fed dealers or fleeted them. I doubt 3,000 more people than usual saw the Sonata this month and said, "Wow, I'd really like to buy that hunk of junk."

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Hyundai was supposed to be the 'next Toyota', claimed by analysts driving luxo SUV's. but they don't know how bad the cars really are. Sonatas are 1998 Accords leftover from Honda's reject pile.

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