EAST PALO ALTO, CA – Despite a major refresh of its flagship LS sedan, Lexus says the best volume days of the large-car Upper Luxury segment likely are in the rearview mirror. "There's some great cars in this segment, but over time you're going to see this segment decrease," Mark Templin, group vice president and general manager-Lexus U.S., tells media at a '13 LS preview here. "Over the long term, you're going to see fewer and ...

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