A labor dispute between Korea's Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. and its union is delaying the U.S. launch of the automaker's new Santa Fe sport/utility vehicle (SUV) until late summer, says Finbarr J. O'Neill, president of Hyundai Motor America. The car-based SUV originally was to go into production in April, but assembly of the Santa Fe isn't starting until this month, Mr. O'Neill says. Prices will range from $17,000-$23,000. Hyundai's plant in Ulsan in southeast Korea will produce 50,000 Santa ...
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