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When Charles Suritz heads out to replace one of his two Ford Tauruses next year, he won't be shopping for Fords. The Buffalo Grove (Ill.) marketing executive, who paid about $13,000 for his 1991 Taurus, is put off by the sticker on the restyled 1996 model. "When I think of $20,000, I think of the next level of cars," says Suritz. "The Ford Taurus is not a luxury car."
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