Hyundai Elantra surpassed the 10 million sales mark

Article by Christian Andrei, on October 31, 2014

The Hyundai Elantra (also known as Avante on other markets) just reached 10 million sales. For those who don’t know, the vehicle was first introduced back in 1990 and since then, an average 420,000 vehicles per year were sold, which is approximately 1,100 a day.

Elantra also won the North American Car of the Year award back in 2020 and it is currently company’s volume leader as it helped Hyundai to set a U.S. sales record in each of the past four years.

The current generation managed to rank the highest in its segment for initial quality in the influential J.D. Power 2014 U.S. Initial Quality Study.

Press Release

Hyundai Elantra Surpasses 10 Million Units In Global Sales

Hyundai Motor’s award-winning Elantra, badged as Avante in some markets, recently sold its 10 millionth unit globally. Elantra is Hyundai’s first model, and one of only 10 cars in the history of the auto industry, to reach 10 million sales. Elantra was launched 24 years ago in 1990 and was able to reach this mark by selling an average of 420,000 per year or approximately 1,100 a day.

“Reaching this historic mark is a testament to Elantra’s staying power and the global appeal of a vehicle that delivers attractive design, functionality and class-leading performance,” said Tak Uk Im, Hyundai Motor’s Chief Operating Officer. “As a company it also shows our ability to quickly adapt to changing consumer preferences and continue to push the compact car segment with features once reserved for luxury vehicles.”

The fifth generation of Elantra continues its high value proposition as a strong choice in the highly-competitive compact car segment. This has been validated by several coveted accolades over the model’s lifecycle, including ranking the highest in its segment for initial quality in the influential J.D. Power 2014 U.S. Initial Quality StudySM (IQS). Elantra also won prestigious awards globally including North American Car of the Year, Autobest in Europe, and was named as national Car of the year in South Africa and Canada, all in 2012.

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