Korea’s Hyundai Motor Group says it is hiking its combined U.S. sales target for Hyundai Motor America and Kia Motors America 5% for 2011. The parent company says Hyundai now is aiming at 624,000 deliveries in the U.S. this year, an increase of 6% over the target announced in January, while Kia’s new goal is 433,000 units, up about 3%. The combined 1.06 million-unit sales target is an 18.2% increase over the auto makers’ 894,496 deliveries in 2010. Hyundai has sold 263,588 vehicles ...

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