Hyundai July 2018 US Sales. Hyundai Motor America reported July sales of Hyundai- and Genesis-branded vehicles of 51,752 units, a 4 percent decline in comparison with July 2017. Retail sales for the month were up slightly, while fleet deliveries were down 51 percent compared with last year and less than 5 percent of total volume.

Hyundai July 2018 US Sales


Sales by Brand

Jul-18Jul-172018 YTD2017 YTD
Hyundai51,13752,419378,923388,878
Genesis6151,6447,87711,545
TOTAL51,75254,063386,800400,423

 

Hyundai Brand Highlights

Both Hyundai SUV and car models achieved gains for the month. The reimagined SUV portfolio continues to gain traction as Tucson set its 17th consecutive monthly sales record with a 1 percent improvement compared with last year. Kona sales again exceeded 4,000 units as it continues to turn quickly and gain market share in the growing entry SUV segment. Rounding out the SUVs, sales of the all-new 2019 Santa Fe began in the month. The completely redesigned model offers consumers an all-new family-oriented interior, practical cutting-edge technologies and bold exterior looks.

In the car segments, Elantra sales were up 4 percent and the all-new Veloster, which was recently named an Editor’s Choice by Car and Driver, drove increased demand with sales up 13 percent.

“We are pleased that Hyundai retail sales were up slightly year-over-year despite two less selling days and one less sales weekend, in an industry we anticipate will be down for the month,” said John Angevine, director, National Sales, Hyundai Motor America. “SUV mix has taken hold at nearly 50 percent of our volume and we expect that number to increase as inventory of Santa Fe hits dealers in bigger numbers.”


July Product and Corporate Activities

  • Amazon Digital Showroom: Car buyers can now compare pricing and reviews, book test drives, check dealer inventories and take advantage of other Hyundai Shopper Assurance conveniences directly through Amazon Vehicles on the newly launched digital showroom.
  • Hyundai CRADLE Investment in Ionic Materials: Hyundai CRADLE, Hyundai Motor Company’s corporate venturing business, invested in Ionic Materials to