DETROIT – A minivan tops Hyundai Motor America’s list of future product priorities, officials tell Ward's. "The dealers would like it sooner rather than later," says Robert F. Cosmai, vice president-national sales. Hyundai won’t use the Kia Sedona as basis for its own minivan. Cosmai says the auto maker considered using the Kia Sedona – Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. holds a 51% stake in Kia Motors Corp. – as the base for its own minivan but decided against it. "If we come this late ...

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