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Subject: Consumer Reports: Hyundai Wins Date: 3/8/2005 1:43 PM
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Consumer Reports: Hyundai Wins
By Rich Smith
March 8, 2005

It seems wonders really will never cease. According to a report just out from, er, Consumer Reports, Detroit now has a new rival to worry about. That's hardly news, but it does come as a surprise that Japan's supertrio of Toyota (NYSE: TM), Honda (NYSE: HMC), and Nissan (Nasdaq: NSANY) have cause to worry, too. What's behind all this consternation? None other than South Korea's laughingstock of yesteryear: Hyundai (OTC BB: HYMLF).

That's right, folks. The consumer watchdogs have anointed Hyundai's Sonata sedan as the most reliable 2004 car model sold in America. Combine that with a J.D. Power endorsement of the Sonata as the "highest-ranked entry midsize car in initial quality," and Hyundai looks poised to proper...
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