The most exported car model for the year 2014 among domestically made cars was Hyundai Motor’s Accent.
According to the Korea Automobile Manufacturers’ Association on June 24, the Accent was sold 260,386 units overseas last year, ranking No. 1 among domestic car models.
Following the Accent were Hyundai Motor’s Avante with 251,433, Kia Motors’ Pride with 233,834, GM Korea’s Trax with 220,777, and Kia Motors’ Soul with 214,012. Korea exported 2,063,204 cars last year, down 0.84 percent from 3,089,283 a year ago.
Kia Motors accounted for the largest part in the nation’s car exports with 1,226,521 units, followed by Hyundai Motor with 1,195,412, GM Korea with 476,755, Renault Samsung with 89,851, and Ssangyong Motor with 70,847.
By export destination, Korea exported its vehicles most to the United States (893,580 units). Following the U.S. were Saudi Arabia with 234,505 units, Canada with 142,876 units, Australia with 130,540 units, Russia with 110,418 units, and China with 94,415 units.