With just over a month left in the calendar year, the luxury car sales race is heating up — but it's not just between the “typical” luxury leaders. At first glance, it would appear either Mercedes-Benz or Lexus will finish in the top spot. But dig a little deeper and get more technical on just what is a luxury brand today and the results are dramatically different. Ward's breaks down luxury vehicles into eight categories using price and wheelbase for cars and then gross vehicle weight ...

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