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December 2019: Hyundai Motor America


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Model Sales

Vehicle

Dec-19

Dec-18

2019 YTD

2018 YTD

Accent

2,311

3,830

25,628

29,090

Elantra

18,720

15,076

175,094

200,415

Ioniq

1,164

1,275

19,574

15,076

Kona

6,678

8,319

73,326

47,090

Nexo

15

8

267

44*

Palisade

5,654

0

28,736

0

Santa Fe

10,350

11,347

127,373

117,038

Sonata

7,105

8,705

87,466

105,118

Tucson

11,224

15,384

137,381

142,263

Veloster

712

1,161

12,849

10,871

Venue

787

0

1,077

0

 

Dec-19

Dec-18

2019 YTD

2018 YTD

Hyundai

64,720

65,107

688,771

667,634

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