Jack R. Nerad | April 16, 2020
Hyundai has been one of the most aggressive of the global carmakers in responding to the threats and challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States. The Korea-based auto manufacturer was one of the first to announce a nationally publicized program of consumer support in the wake of the coronavirus and the economic upheaval that has accompanied it.
Similarly, Hyundai dealers have significantly changed their operations to contend with the difficulties it presents to conducting business while at the same time keeping employees and customers safe from infection.
The following are details of the many initiatives Hyundai has undertaken to weather the crisis.
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