Hyundai Motor America is forecasting sales of 200,000 units this year, growth the automaker expects to obtain with the addition of a sport/utility vehicle (SUV) and a full size sedan to its lineup. Hyundai sold 164,190 cars in the U.S. in 1999, an 82% gain over the 90,217 units sold in 1998. In keeping with a growth theme, the automaker is adding a pair of new vehicles in segments it has been absent from — SUVs and full size sedans. This summer Hyundai will debut the '01 Santa Fe SUV, ...

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