DETROIT – Despite falling 30,000 units short of its intended sales goal for 2005, Hyundai Motor America is sticking with its target of 500,000 deliveries in 2006, and then some. “We always have pretty aggressive sales targets, and this year we’re planning on going north of 500,000,” Bob Cosmai, president and CEO-HMA, tells Ward’s in an interview here at the North American International Auto Show. “I don’t want to tell you how far north, but it’s still pretty aggressive.” Hyundai had ...

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