Hyundai Motor America has dropped plans to offer a minivan in the U.S. market, instead planning to offer two cross/utility vehicles. The announcement is a surprise considering Hyundai already named the vehicle, Entourage, and set a launch date of first-quarter 2006. The decision to drop the Entourage, slated for sale in North America only, was made by HMA, with approval from parent Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. in Korea, John Krafcik, HMA vice president-strategic planning and product ...

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