U.S. LUXURY AUTO SALES RACE GOES DOWN TO THE WIRE

The two top German luxury brands were nearly neck-and-neck going into the fourth quarter, with Mercedes-Benz eyeing a third consecutive year atop the U.S. luxury market.

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