August 05, 2020 12:20 Hyundai’s sales in the U.S. increased in July for the first time in five months despite the coronavirus epidemic. Korea’s biggest carmaker on Monday said it sold 58,934 cars in the U.S. last month, up from 58,926 a year ago. At affiliate Kia, sales were only slightly down 1.7 percent on-year to 5,2479 cars, easing a dramatic double-digit plunge between March and June. SUVs spearheaded U.S. sales for both Hyundai and Kia. Hyundai’s sales of SUVs accounted for 63.3 percent of total U.S. sales last month and rose 12.7 percent on-year. Hyundai sold 8,404 Palisade large SUVs, a two-fold increase from last July and a monthly record. Kia sold 4,822 Telluride large SUVs, up 5.8 percent, while sales of the Seltos small SUV, which hit U.S. showrooms in January, reached a monthly record of 4,505. Copyright © Chosunilbo & Chosun.com
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