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Hyundai Motor America Reports Best July Sales Ever
 
FOUNTAIN VALLEY, Calif., Aug. 2, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Hyundai Motor America today reported sales of 75,003 for the month of July, up 5.6 percent over a year ago and the company's best July ever.   
 
"The strong performance of the Tucson and refreshed Santa Fe Sport and Santa Fe led us to our best July ever," said Derrick Hatami, vice president of national sales for Hyundai Motor America.  "Since launching the all-new Tucson a year ago, sales have been strong and this month was no exception with volume up 98 percent over 2015."
 
Santa Fe Sport and Santa Fe also were up double digits for the month, with sales up 25 percent and 16 percent, respectively.
 

CARLINE

JULY/2016

JULY/2015

CY/2016

CY/2015

ACCENT      

7,046

4,276

46,376

40,252

SONATA

20,635

23,917

125,044

119,738

ELANTRA   

20,629

22,135

116,935

150,833

SANTA FE

14,336

11,655

71,772

66,393

AZERA

385

414

2,958

4,067

TUCSON

7,728

3,908

50,392

26,542

VELOSTER

2,008

2,060

14,931

13,261

GENESIS

2,117

2,474

19,501

19,744

EQUUS

119

174

1,154

1,333

TOTAL

75,003

71,013

449,063

442,163

 

 

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    • By William Maley
      Porsche Sets U.S. Sales Record in 2017 with 55,420 Vehicles Delivered, Up 2.1 Percent
      Eighth consecutive year of growth as Porsche dealers sell 3,913 vehicles in December 2017 ATLANTA, Jan. 3, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Porsche Cars North America, Inc. (PCNA), importer and distributor of the Porsche 911, 718 Boxster and Cayman, Panamera, Cayenne, and Macan model lines, today announced 3,913 retail sales in December. This brings 2017 to a close with 55,420 vehicles sold, a 2.1 percent increase over the previous year.
      "Demand for four-door and two-door Porsche sports cars allowed PCNA to achieve another annual record in 2017, making it the eighth consecutive year of increased sales," said Klaus Zellmer, President and CEO of PCNA. "The Macan and Panamera model lines posted double-digit growth, and we can expect an additional boost with the arrival of our all-new Cayenne in the second half of the year." Porsche 911 sales also grew, with just under 9,000 retail deliveries of the iconic sports car.
      Model
      December Sales
      Year-to-Date
        2017
      2016
      2017
      2016
      ALL 911
      773
      711
      8,970
      8,901
      ALL BOXSTER/CAYMAN
      301
      373
      5,087
      6,260
      ALL PANAMERA
      455
      36
      6,731
      4,403
      ALL CAYENNE
      940
      1,099
      13,203
      15,383
      ALL MACAN
      1,444
      1,796
      21,429
      19,332
      GRAND TOTALS*
      3,913
      4,015
      55,420
      54,280
      *918 Spyder sales are reflected in 2016 grand total figures.
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