The Mercedes-Benz S-Class, America’s top-selling large luxury car, fell just 5%. The much lower-volume Maserati Quattroporte was likewise down only 5%. The BMW 7-Series, a new candidate that until recently was surging, tumbled 36% to only 545 units.
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The replacement for Lexus’ long-lived fourth-generation LS sedan was introduced at Detroit’s North American International Auto Show last month. Far from a major player now, the LS was a top-selling luxury limo as recently as 2009.
Could the next LS breathe new life into the segment?
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