Brad Benson
Brad Benson

Brad Benson Hyundai Sold Ends His Business

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If you are fans of New York Giants, you might already familiar with Brad Benson. His career as American football player begins since 1978. During his time, he plays at major competitions such as Super Bowl XXI and Pro Bowls. He ends his career as sport player at 1987 right after he participated on Pro Bowls. During the retirements, he started new business in selling car. It does not take long for his Hyundai dealer grows big. His popularity as sport player helps the dealer to grow in the fierce market competition. Unfortunately, there is a rumor that his dealer is sold. After Brad Benson Hyundai sold, people begin to worry about his business.

Brad Benson
Brad Benson

Clarifying the Rumor about the Dealership Bankruptcy

This rumor begins to spread and raises a question, what happened to Brad Benson Hyundai dealership? Before we clarify whether this rumor is true or false, let’s talk about the business first. After retiring from his previous career, Brad Benson decided to use his retirement money to establish car dealer. The dealer is headquartered at West Islip, New York. During the peak of its business, he is able to sell up to 405 new cars manufactured by Hyundai in a month. His dealership becomes more popular after it achieves the title of number one store of Atlantic Hyundai in West Islip.

That is what happened to Brad Benson Hyundai dealership before the business declined to bankruptcy. The financial condition of the dealership is confirmed to have bad condition that forced him to sell it. Some experts on dealership business mention that the dealership bankruptcy is caused by two reasons. The first reason is due to its controversial policy. He wants to give free Hyundai car to Saddam Husain new car annually if the dictator wishes to leave Iraq. It is quite an unusual request from retired American Football player who opens car dealership.

This controversy became viral back then and gained pros and cons. That being said, the monthly amount of car sold by his dealer is rapidly declined up to 70 cars. This is the second reason of his dealership bankruptcy. With this monthly revenue, he cannot afford to pay the operational of his company. The only way to survive the company is by selling the dealership itself. It is rather unfortunate event given the dealer helps to sell new car manufactured by Hyundai such as the Accent series.

Talking about Hyundai Accent series, the car has marvelous design. It is too bad that Brad Benson Hyundai sold this car at the end of his career. The car itself mostly comes in dark color. The beautiful exterior design is enhanced with smooth curvature on the hood. The comfortable interior makes the car looks more appealing. The best part of the car is the powertrain under the hood. The 1.6 liter of engine used in it is capable of giving power output up to 137 horsepower. The engine of this subcompact car also has good fuel economics. The price for Hyundai Accent in New York market is around $15,880. (gudangnyacontent)