Hyundai touts early success with pricier Veracruz


By Kevin Krolicki DETROIT, June 26 (Reuters) - Hyundai Motor Co. said on Tuesday it had underestimated U.S. demand for the priciest version of its most expensive vehicle yet: the just-launched, seven-passenger Veracruz crossover vehicle. "We underestimated demand for the premium trim level on the Veracruz," said John Krafcik, product development chief for Hyundai North America said in an interview, adding there were shortages on the new model for dealers. The Veracruz, aimed at Toyota ...

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