SANTA BARBARA, CA – Hyundai Motor America expects to sell 90,000 next-generation Santa Fe cross/utility vehicles in the U.S. in its first full sales year. The CUV is just hitting U.S. dealers, with the first ’07 sold last weekend in Dallas, the auto maker says here at the vehicle’s media preview. Longer-term plans call for annual sales of 150,000 units, as the vehicle is being built at Hyundai’s 300,000-unit-capacity Montgomery, AL, plant, already home to the Sonata sedan. In ...
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