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Premium automakers undertake diet to fatten sales


It’s an antonym, don’t you think? But it’s true – just look at the latest launches in the industry and you’ll see that flagships are not the rage, and it’s all about smaller and smaller models. BMW, Audi, Mercedes-Benz and Jaguar, just to name a few, have been bulking up their low-end lineups to secure rising interest from customers who would ...
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