February Hyundai Sales Up 11 Percent, Kia Improves 2.3 Percent

Edward Niedermeyer
by Edward Niedermeyer
february hyundai sales up 11 percent kia improves 2 3 percent

Hyundai’s sales improved 11 percent last month according to the company’s sales release [via EarthTimes], while Kia’s release claims a 2.3 Percent improvement [via PRNewswire]. Elantra was down slightly, and Veracruz fell by over 50 percent, Azera/Amanti are down and Sedona is way down. Otherwise, it’s all sunshine and flowers. Hit the jump for details.

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  • TonyJZX TonyJZX on Mar 02, 2010

    looks like a picanto which is an EU Asia market car both those girls would get my kimchee

  • 86er 86er on Mar 03, 2010

    Hyundai now outsells Honda on a regular basis in Canada. Customers have exchanged their H for a slightly askew H.

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  • Sgeffe How much of a current draw is one of those digital plates?
  • Ajla I had a chance to drive a few Toyota/Lexus products the last two weeks. The turbo-4 is basically charmless. I don't see much reason to go for it over the over the 2.5L or a HSD hybrid. Maybe if you live at higher elevation?The "HybridMax" is interesting. The stronger rear motor gives it more of a RWD feel. It isn't a sporty powertrain but was reasonably smooth and powerful.
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