Overseas plants in Alabama, elsewhere keeping product pipeline full.
Despite eight partial strikes that cost Hyundai 42,675 units of production worth 871.3 billion won ($795 million) through Tuesday, Sept. 3, there are no significant signs of the auto maker feeling strong pressure from the line shutdowns. A spokesman tells WardsAuto the production losses are beginning to interfere with deliveries “somewhat,” but makes no other comment. In fact, Hyundai this week reports colossal August sales gains both domestically and in markets served by ...
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