Hyundai Motor America is pushing back the U.S. launches of some upcoming products. A company spokeswoman tells Ward’s the newly restyled ’06 Accent will not be hitting Hyundai showrooms until December. The car starts production in September in South Korea. HMA CEO Robert Cosmai told Ward’s last fall a July production startup was planned, with a September on-sale date targeted. (See related story: Hyundai Eyes Fullsize Pickup for U.S.) The XG 350 replacement, the flagship Azera, also ...
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