Luxury Car Sales Downshift to First Gear

In North America, the once-hot luxury car market cools as sales pick up in Asia, the Middle East, and Russia

A Ferrari dealership isn't like a Ford dealership; when you drive by one, you won't see a lot of unsold vehicles parked in the lot and signs advertising big discounts and incentives. But what they share is that both are selling far fewer cars these days.

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