Times may be tough in some sectors of the U.S. economy, but not in luxury cars. Spendthrift Baby Boomers (the ones who still have jobs) are hitting their peak earning years and luxury brands are expanding in every direction to accommodate their free-spending ways. There now are Mercedes-Benzes priced under $26,000 for wannabe luxury buyers and lavish $90,000 Porsche cross/utility vehicles for those who can afford to splurge. Coupled with the use of formerly verboten incentives, ...
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