LOS ANGELES – With a fractional gain in U.S. market share so far this year, Hyundai Motor America Inc. would appear to be one of the auto makers benefitting from the unintended-acceleration slump at Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. Inc. But HMA CEO John Krafcik says that simply hasn’t been the case. “My point of view is it’s helped us very little, if at all,” he tells media here today. Instead, Krafcik says, most of Hyundai’s momentum comes from two next-generation high-volume models ...
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