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March 2006 Sales: Hyundai Motor America

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Hyundai Sets March Record With 41,766 Sales

FOUNTAIN VALLEY, Calif., April 3 -- Hyundai Motor America today announced March sales of 41,766 vehicles, a new record for the month. Hyundai ended the first quarter with a total of 105,988 vehicle sales, six percent ahead of last year's record pace. Hyundai's new sedans continued their momentum through March. Sonata sales grew by 53.8 percent and combined Azera/XG350 sales grew by 76.0 percent over last March.

"We are excited to close out the first quarter of the year on such a strong note," said Mark Barnes, Hyundai's vice president of National Sales. "The Sonata had one of its strongest months since its redesign last year, and Azera continues to show tremendous growth each month."

All Hyundai cars and sport utility 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 March 2006:

CARLINE               MAR/2006     MAR/2005       CY2006       CY2005

  ACCENT                   2,181        3,934        4,765        9,247
  SONATA                  17,487       11,373       42,871       28,141
  ELANTRA                  9,665       10,697       25,785       26,835
  TIBURON                  1,547        1,686        3,663        3,860
  SANTA FE                 4,058        6,405       10,452       16,089
  XG350/AZERA              2,401        1,364        6,260        3,783
  TUCSON                   4,427        4,604       12,192       12,057

    TOTAL                 41,766       40,063      105,988      100,012

Link: http://www.theautochannel.com/news/2006/04/03/002880.html

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