The South Korean based automaker Hyundai has recently announced that the company has set a new sales record for this year in the United States.
The financial crisis is affecting most automakers out there and while most of them are struggling to keep their heads above the water, some are actually enjoying the hard economic climate. The best example of such a car manufacturer is Hyundai which, during a severely economic affected North American soil, it still managed to set new record sales for the year.
“With teamwork from thousands of Hyundai team members in manufacturing plants, offices, engineering centers and dealerships across the U.S, we’ve been able to increase supply of our hottest selling vehicles like Sonata, Elantra, and Santa Fe, and deliver more satisfied customers than ever before. We’re looking forward to a strong close of 2012 for Hyundai and the industry, and a positive economic environment that supports continued auto industry recovery in 2013”, said the Hyundai Motor America president and CEO, John Krafcik.
According to the car manufacturer, Hyundai has managed to sell a total of 643,572 new cars through November, compared to the 645,691 units which managed to find new owners in 2011. The cars mentioned above have been sold in the United States exclusively. For 2013, Hyundai is expecting to brake this year’s record.