DETROIT – Hyundai Motor America, one of only three U.S.-market auto makers to record a sales increase in 2009, has a bullseye on its back, and competitors are taking aim at its fleet volumes. HMA CEO John Krafcik is “rankled” by criticism from rival car companies that Hyundai’s growth last year largely came from increased fleet sales to government, business and daily rental-car companies. “We had retail-share growth this year,” Krafcik tells Ward’s in an interview during the North ...
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