Video B-Roll Available Via CNW - Hyundai Canada unveils industry-leading Clean Air Commitment

    First Canadian auto manufacturer to top-up all government car recycling
    and scrappage programs with first-ever auto incentive

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    STORY SUMMARY: As part of its environmental goal to help clean the air we
breathe today and into the future, Hyundai Auto Canada Corp. today announced
the Clean Air Commitment - a financial top-up of between $500-$1000 on top of
all government incentive programs to get the oldest, worst-polluting vehicles
off the road and replace them with new, more fuel-efficient models. While
programs such as this are gaining prominence for their effectiveness
worldwide, Hyundai will become the first auto manufacturer in Canada to launch
an incentive top-up program on the recycling of vehicles model year 1995 and

    -   Steve Kelleher, President and CEO, Hyundai Auto Canada Corp.
    -   George Habib, President, Ontario Canadian Lung Association
    -   Peter Corbyn, Special Advisor to the Climate Change Project Canada
    -   Hyundai 'recycles' an old clunker
    -   Recycled vehicles

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    DATE OF POSTING:   August 19, 2009

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