Luxury's High Road With Low End Price TagsKathleen Kerwin and David Woodruff
Seems as if every auto maker is crowding into the value end of the luxury class, where cars go for roughly $30,000. While Mercedes-Benz recently swooped down from the stratosphere with its C-class, three new flagship models from Oldsmobile, Mazda, and Buick are stretching upward. Although they don't match the luxury and performance of cars such as the nearly $60,000 BMW 740i or the $52,000-plus Lexus LS400, they come mighty close for a lot less money.
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