Hyundai Motor America says it is putting its Entourage minivan, canceled in a highly publicized move in August, back in its product plans. The vehicle is set to go on sale next spring, just a bit past its original launch date of early 2006. “The bottom line is, we found a win-win (situation) for all,” John Krafcik, vice president-product development and strategic planning, tells Ward’s. Hyundai says demand in the U.S. market for the people and cargo hauler, largely due to high fuel ...
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