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Looks like people are catching on that Hyundais rock

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I am glad to see Hyundai selling more and more cars, however, simple economics tells us that if they continue to sell at such an increased rate, soon an Elantra will cost what an Accord does and so on, the only downside is that the prices will go up on our beloved cars. But I do love seeing us become more and more accepted.:)

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The good news is, the re-sale value will go up! So, It's all good!!!

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I am glad to see Hyundai selling more and more cars, however, simple economics tells us that if they continue to sell at such an increased rate, soon an Elantra will cost what an Accord does and so on, the only downside is that the prices will go up on our beloved cars. But I do love seeing us become more and more accepted.:)

2000 5-speed, mostly stock.
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Going from point A to point B in a Hyundai! I may be old school, but have been driving Hyundai's for many years!
 

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Thats great to see there sells going up. And so I resell value will be going up as well thats even better. Woo-hoo.<img src=icon_smile_big.gif border=0 align=middle>
 

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anyone know how to invest in them? I have been looking them up on all different online trading sites and can't find very much, just usually a stock value which is usually around $3

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I dunno Cougart.. If they were in the New York Stock Exchange, AMEX, or NASDAQ it would be easy... but they're listed as an over the counter stock.. (whatever that means.)<img src=icon_smile_dead.gif border=0 align=middle>
 

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I read somewhere that Hyundai and Daimler-Benz signed a non-competative agreement. This really screwed a local buisnesman who was plaining to build Hyundai trucks under the Bearing name in a plant outside of Winchester VA. Supposedly, Hyundai pulled out at the last minute, because the Hyundai trucks were competing with D-B trucks. The poor guy is up to his eyes in debt with a factory but no trucks to produce. I wonder how this non-competative agreement will effect auto production. Could the XG300 be considered competition?
 
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