Hyundai should have another record sales year in the U.S., its incoming CEO and president says, but even he concedes the brand could have done better. “We didn’t grow as much as we wanted to grow (and) the market grew more than we did,” Dave Zuchowski tells WardsAuto in an interview Dec. 27, the same day he was named to replace John Krafcik at the top of the U.S. sales and marketing arm of the Korean automaker. Krafcik’s contract officially expires Dec. 31 and was ...
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