Krafcik says inventory shortages caused by Korean labor strikes hampered sales this year, but volume still will exceed 2011 levels.
SUNDANCE, Utah – Hyundai has no plans to sell a pickup truck of any size in the U.S., but it would like to grow volume in the cross/utility vehicle segment, the auto maker’s top U.S. official says. Hyundai America President and CEO John Krafcik tells WardsAuto that comments made earlier this year about looking at offering more trucks was not an indication the auto maker would look to fill the slots vacated by other auto makers, specifically midsize pickup entries such as the ...
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