MONTEREY, California, U.S.A. — Hyundai Motor America is upwardly revising its 2000 sales target by 20,000 units, to 240,000, Hyundai officials say. This revision comes despite product-availability issues and a slower-than-expected ramp-up for Hyundai's new Santa Fe sport/utility vehicle (SUV). Hyundai, which at 191,539 units through September has sold more cars so far this year than all of last, is facing low inventories, with some areas falling under a 30-day supply on certain products. ...

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