Experts Project Hyundai Will Climb to Be the World's Third Largest Automaker


You don't have to study the auto industry very closely to see Hyundai is moving ahead. March's numbers alone have Hyundai outperforming all of their competitors for the first time ever. Upon studying the company's performance on a deeper level, however, you begin to see that this is more than a one-time phenomenon. The Korean automaker's growth is, in fact, so aggressive that some industry experts forecast that they may become the world's third largest car maker, this year.

The reason for this expected gain is two -fold. First of all, Hyundai has proven they continuously exceed expectations for safety, style, performance, and value. Not to mention, they offer what many say is the best warranty program available.

Secondly, Hyundai is based in Korea. As such, they've been protected from the recent earthquake and tsunami disaster which has devastated Japan and the industry's Big Three. Since the double disaster struck, Hyundai Kia Automotive Group upped their annual 2011 production goals by up to .4 million units... a target that surpasses that of Toyota, which along with Nissan is expected to scale down production through the end of the year.

Honda Award-Winning Lineup At a Glance

Hyundai Elantra

  • Available as a standard sedan or five-door Touring named "A Top 10 Coolest New Car Under $18,000" by Kelley Blue Book's kkb.com

Hyundai Accent sedan

Hyundai Sonata

  • Available as a stand gasoline-powered sedan or hybrid

Hyundai Tuscon crossover

Hyundai Santa Fe crossover

Hyundai Genesis premium/performance car

  • Available as a sedan or sports coupe

Hyunda Azera sedan

Hyundai Veracruz crossover

Hyundai Equus premium/performance car

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