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Hyundai Motor America Reports January 2018 Sales

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FOUNTAIN VALLEY, Calif., Feb. 1, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Despite another standout month for total SUV and Tucson sales, Hyundai Motor America reported January sales of Hyundai- and Genesis-branded vehicles of 41,242 units, an 11 percent decline in comparison with the company’s record setting January in 2017. Still, retail sales were up seven percent with all regions experiencing an uptick. Tucson continues to achieve substantial sales growth, up 33 percent on the month and setting its January record, while Elantra sales increased by 6 percent.

Sales by Brand

Jan-18

Jan-17

2018 YTD

2017 YTD

Hyundai

39,629

44,689

39,629

44,689

Genesis

1,613

1,818

1,613

1,818

TOTAL

41,242

46,507

41,242

46,507

Hyundai Brand Highlights
“As we expected, the SUV focused-market continues into 2018 with consumer demand in those segments outpacing all others,” said John Angevine, director, National Sales, Hyundai Motor America. “Tucson set its monthly sales record for the eleventh consecutive month and is clearly resonating with what customers are looking for with its striking design and advanced technology.”

In January, Hyundai showcased its extensive capabilities in delivering exciting new vehicles and introducing technology innovations for the future of transportation. At CES, Hyundai unveiled its all-new dedicated fuel cell vehicle NEXO, partnered with Aurora to bring self-driving Hyundai vehicles to market by 2021 and aligned with Cisco to enable next-generation in-vehicle networking. The Detroit Auto Show quickly followed, and Hyundai pulled the sheet on its all-new uniquely styled Veloster and surprised the industry with the first N product in the U.S., the Veloster N. The Veloster will also come to market with several strategic partnerships, including joining the official roster of drivable vehicles in Forza Motorsport 7 for Xbox and integration in the upcoming major motion picture the “Ant-Man and the Wasp”. The past several weeks have also been spent preparing for Super Bowl LII, where Hyundai will leverage its official car and SUV designations with the NFL to bring the spotlight to its non-profit organization, Hyundai Hope On Wheels and the fight against pediatric cancer.

Hyundai Model Sales

Vehicle

Jan-18

Jan-17

2018 YTD

2017 YTD

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