ANN ARBOR, MI – Hyundai Motor America expected the Tucson to be successful, but the small cross/utility vehicle has performed beyond the auto maker’s ambitious expectations. So much better in fact that it is beginning to take sales away from the larger Santa Fe SUV. “Tucson’s doing better than we expected. And I think some of that better-than-expected-ness has come out of Santa Fe,” John Krafcik, vice president-strategic planning and product development-HMA, tells Ward’s here at an ...

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