Hyundai Reports U.S. Sales of 240,005 Vehicles, down 23% in the First Half of 2022

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  1. xcel

    xcel PZEV, there's nothing like it :) Staff Member

    [​IMG] Ioniq 5 is a highlight while its namesake throws snake eyes.

    Wayne Gerdes – CleanMPG – July 1, 2022

    Hyundai Ioniq

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    None were sold in June of 2022. :(

    Hyundai sold 240,005 vehicles in the first half of 2022, down 30.3% below the 343,867 sold through the same period of 2021.

    On the bright side, Hyundai’s June monthly sales results were down just 13% which was slightly better than industry predictions that forecasted a 15.8% decline.

    Hyundai established a new retail sales record in June for Santa Fe and set new total sales records for Tucson HEV.

    Hyundai Model Q2 Highlights

    New all-time best Q2 records were set for Tucson HEV, Veloster N, and Palisade with SUVs representing 76% of the total retail mix. Hyundai Green sales of 7,886 represented 12.5% of retail, up 6%. Hyundai had no fleet sales in the first half of 2022. <-- That is another noteworthy addition to this sales report.

    Hyundai Model June and Year-to-Date Sales Highlights

    Ioniq June sales were 0. That is correct, 0. I assume chips and materials allocated for the Ioniq lineup are instead being used to produce the SUVs and Ioniq 5 BEV. YTD, sales of 3,662 were down 67% from the 11,107 sold through the same period of 2021.

    Ioniq 5’s YTD sales of 13,692 is proving to be a highlight and with chip and material shortages easing, maybe, just maybe prices will become reasonable and sales in a more normal state will ensue. Read as no more markups.

    Tucson YT sales of 84,071 were up 0.7% over the 83,517 sold during the first half of 2021.
     
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