DETROIT – Hyundai this year is vows to limit deliveries to non-retail customers, after its U.S. fleet sales rose in 2013. “We like fleet (as a percentage of total sales) in a 10%-12% range and we historically had been at 23%,” Dave Zuchowski, Hyundai Motor America President and CEO tells WardsAuto in a recent interview here. “We brought (our fleet mix) down to 10% (in 2012), but last year it went back up to 17%. This year our business plan is somewhere between 13% and ...

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