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Kia is recalling 342,381 Souls in the U.S. for the second time because an initial repair may not have fixed a steering flaw.
Hyundai Motor America on Monday named longtime Toyota and Lexus executive Brian Smith as its COO. Smith will report to Hyundai Motor America's new CEO, Kenny Lee. They will have a lot on their plate.
Hyundai Motor America CMO Dean Evans predicts that with new vehicles luring first-time Hyundai shoppers and the Shopper Assurance program promoting loyalty, Hyundai could post a 10 percent sales gain over 2017.
Hyundai's plan to shake up car-buying; When humans and robo-cars meet by accident; Magna joins BMW-Intel consortium; A NAFTA warning; Celebrity chef's Land Rover really cooks.
Hyundai plans to roll out a new U.S. retail program by the beginning of 2018 that is aimed at reducing new-vehicle transaction time and increasing price transparency.
Hyundai-Kia sales continued their U.S. slide in September, though strength in Kia's car sales helped slow the brands' decline on the year.
Automakers sold 187,266 new vehicles in Canada in September, good for a 7.7 percent increase from the same month last year.
GM, union far apart in Equinox plant strike; Genesis aims to start dealership spinoffs in '18; Snyder: Post-storm surge in U.S. sales?; Hands-off course for Cadillac dealers.
While talk of Chinese suitors for Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has quieted, two other Asian companies are being posited as either candidates to take it over or buy its brands.
The move is part of a retail overhaul to give Genesis a distinct identity and cut the number of dealers selling the brand.
Hyundai is hoping to steer hatchback fans in the United States to the higher-margin Kona, a new subcompact crossover due in early 2018.
Saudi Arabia has issued an order allowing women to drive, a royal opportunity for global automakers. On the flip side, ride-hailing services such as Uber could experience a drop in demand.
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