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Hyundai Motor America Reports Record November Sales

FOUNTAIN VALLEY, Calif., Dec. 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Led by CUVs and Hyundai's smallest cars, Accent and Veloster, Hyundai had its best November ever, with overall sales of 62,507, up four percent over one year ago.

Hyundai Division posts sales of 61,201 units
"With gas prices remaining relatively low throughout the year and a rather robust economy, our Tucson and Santa Fe CUVs, with sales up 10 and 18 percent, respectively, continue to be the shining stars in the Hyundai line-up," said Derrick Hatami, vice president of national sales for Hyundai Motor America.   

Genesis Division posts sales of 1,306 units
"As dealers' inventory continues to improve, with more G80 and G90 models arriving weekly, sales for the brand were up nine percent over October," said Erwin Raphael, general manager of Genesis in the U.S. market.

SALES BY BRAND

 

NOV/2016

NOV/2015

CY/2016

CY/2015

HYUNDAI    

61,201

60,007

707,485

698,202

GENESIS

1,306

0

5,215

0

TOTAL

62,507

60,007

712,700

698,202

MODELS

CARLINE

NOV/2016

NOV/2015

CY/2016

CY/2015

ACCENT      

6,909

5,041

75,607

58,768

SONATA

15,363

16,732

185,614

190,483

ELANTRA   

15,796

17,634

188,763

227,464

SANTA FE

10,786

9,156

120,395

108,616

AZERA

424

299

4,558

5,181

TUCSON

7,616

6,906

81,037

55,280

VELOSTER

3,721

2,204

27,354

21,999

GENESIS

560

1,837

22,804

28,280

EQUUS

26

198

1,353

2,131

G80

1,005

n/a

4,812

n/a

G90

301

n/a

403

n/a

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      2016 YTD
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