DETROIT – Hyundai is counting on increased CUV volume to help restore lost market share in the U.S., a top company official says. Hyundai achieved 5.0% U.S. share in 2011, but last year its slice of the market fell to 4.6%. “As we talk with our parent (company) on how we drive and really get back to 4.7%, 4.8%, 4.9%, 5.0% market share, the CUV business is a critical part of that discussion,” Dave Zuchowski, president and CEO-Hyundai Motor America, tells WardsAuto ...

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