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Redesigned 2013 Hyundai Santa Fe Debuts at New York Auto Show

Hyundai rolled out its redesigned 2013 Santa Fe Wednesday at the New York International Auto Show. The new Santa Fe is the latest model to receive Hyundai’s “fluidic sculpture” styling, which is now common on most of the automakers vehicles, including the 2012 Azera, Sonata and the smaller Tucson SUV. Two versions of the 2013 Santa Fe will be offered: a five-passenger version called the Santa Fe Sport will replace the outgoing 2012 model, as well as a new ... continue reading»

Tags: Hyundai Azera, Hyundai Santa Fe, Hyundai Sonata, Hyundai Veracruz, Hyundai, Model News, 2013 Mazda CX 5

Kia to Enter Full-Size Luxury Market with Flagship Sedan

Kia has released sketches of its upcoming full-size luxury car, giving consumers a peek at its upcoming rear-wheel drive sedan. The Kia KH will be sold initially in South Korea, but analysts expect it to come to the U.S. in the near future. This Kia will likely be powered by the same 3.8-liter V6 engine that’s found under the hood of the Hyundai Genesis, predicts Inside Line. Although Hyundai and Kia operate independently in the U.S ... continue reading»

Tags: News, Concept Cars, Hyundai, Kia, Luxury Large Cars, Kia GT

Hyundai Can't Keep Up With U.S. Demand

A Hyundai representative reported Friday that the automaker won’t be able to keep up with consumer demand in the U.S. for some of its most popular vehicles. That means over the next few months, consumers likely won’t see incentives that are quite as good as they’ve been recently. Despite posting record U.S. sales last month, Hyundai’s U.S. CEO John Krafcik said that Hyundai likely won’t be able to grow U.S. sales ... continue reading»

Tags: News, Sales Trends, Hyundai, new car incentives

May Car Sales: Hyundai Moves to Third Place, Incentive Spending Down

We’re still a week away from when automakers will report their May 2011 sales, but our friends at TrueCar.com have released some interesting early sales estimates. They project that the third largest market share will go to Hyundai/Kia, beating Honda, Toyota, Nissan and Chrysler. Hyundai and Kia managed to get the number three spot even though TrueCar reports that they spent less on incentives than all of those brands except Toyota, showing that consumers are drawn to ... continue reading»

Tags: Analysis, Sales Data, Sales Trends, Hyundai

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