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May 2019: Hyundai Motor America

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Hyundai

66,121

64,980

269,126

264,530

 

Model Sales

Vehicle

May-19

May-18

2019 YTD

2018 YTD

Accent

2,659

2,471

12,274

12,705

Elantra

15,733

20,762

68,431

81,870

Ioniq

1,471

1,506

5,992

7,093

Kona

7,197

5,079

30,748

10,953

Nexo

19

19*

98

36*

Santa Fe

13,807

10,707

53,236

48,659

Sonata

8,599

10,728

38,753

44,169

Tucson

15,616

12,972

53,129

53,740

Veloster

 

1,020

728

6,465

4,692

 

 

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