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Hyundai reveals November sales surge, led by Santa Fe and IONIQ 5

Hyundai Motor America has reported its highest-ever November sales, totaling 70,079 units, marking an impressive 11% increase compared to November 2022. This achievement extends Hyundai’s consecutive monthly sales growth streak to 16 months.

The Hyundai IONIQ 5 stands out with a 99% increase in sales, and the Santa Fe saw a 6% growth in sales. However, sales of Santa Fe HEV increased by 236%, while Tucson and Tucson PHEV sales grew 36% and 532%, respectively. The Palisade also performed exceptionally well, with a notable 59% increase in sales.

“We’re very pleased with the strong sales and steadfast support from our retail partners, leading us to a 16th consecutive month of increased total sales,” said Randy Parker, CEO of Hyundai Motor America in a statement. “This exceptional performance extends across our entire brand, with notable strength in our line-up of SUVs, a significant driver of our continued success.”

On the retail front, Hyundai sold 58,027 units in Nov., marking a 3% year-over-year increase from November 2022.

The automaker also recently unveiled a strategic partnership with Amazon to deliver innovative customer experiences and cloud transformation. This partnership includes plans for online sales of Hyundai vehicles in the U.S., starting in 2024, a move poised to impact the automotive industry significantly.

Additionally, Hyundai introduced the all-new 2024 Santa Fe, highlighting its ‘Open for More’ development concept, which focuses on a wider liftgate opening and spacious interior.

Courtesy of Hyundai Motor America

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Anna Delvillar
Anna Delvillar
Anna is the editorial and programming coordinator at CBT News. She graduated with a B.A. in English Composition from Georgia State University. She is an enthusiastic and skilled media professional with high-caliber communication skills, and has five years of experience performing multimedia writing, editing, and publishing for automotive, tech, and small business media.

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