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Hyundai reports 'best ever June and mid-year sales'

(Source: WSFA 12 News) (Source: WSFA 12 News)
FOUNTAIN VALLEY, CA (WSFA) -

Hyundai Motor America has posted their best June and best opening six month period in its 28-year history.

The company's sales of $67,407, are up four percent from one year ago and one percent over last year's record performance for the first six months.

"As we settle into the summer selling season, we are well-positioned with our full model line up, including the all-new 2015 Genesis sedan and Sonata, both of which experienced gains for the month, up nine percent and 30 percent, respectively," said Bob Pradzinski, vice president of national sales, Hyundai Motor America.

The Accent, one of three Hyundai's recently ranked highest in the 2014 J.D. Power Initial Quality Study, had a sales gain of 9 percent for the month and 16 percent for the first six months. The Equus was up 28 percent for the month and 16 percent for the first six months and the Santa Fe was up 17 percent for the month and 26 percent for the first six months.

Certified Pre-Owned vehicle sales were 7,324, which is a June record and is up eight percent over June 2013 while also being up 23 percent for the first six months.

Here's a breakdown of sales, according to HMA:

 CARLINE

 JUNE 2014

 JUNE 2013

  CY 2014

  CY 2013

 ACCENT

  5,720

  5,237

  34,264

  29,459

 SONATA

  25,195

  19,454

  106,347

  103,010

 ELANTRA

  17,168

  22,163

  112,497

  126,244

 SANTA FE

  8,930

  7,656

  52,005

  41,158

 AZERA

  705

  813

  4,191

  5,792

 TUCSON

  3,776

  3,800

  24,336

  22,207

 VERACRUZ

  0

  10

  1

  167

 VELOSTER

  2,554

  2,741

  14,970

  15,044

 GENESIS

  3,109

  2,938

  14,046

  16,402

 EQUUS

  250

  195

  1,777

  1,527

 TOTAL

  67,407

  65,007

  364,434

  361,010

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