DETROIT, June 30 (Reuters) - Hyundai Motor Co on Tuesday offered to allow customers to lock in fuel prices for new vehicles at $1.49 per gallon for a year in a sales promotion that takes aim at the economic anxiety of American consumers. The Hyundai "gas lock" program builds on the Korean automaker's customer assurance program launched in January that has supported its sales during the worst U.S. auto downturn in nearly three decades. Customers who buy or lease an eligible Hyundai ...
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