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  • adj. Not luxury.


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non- +‎ luxury


  • Marketplace articles in Wednesday's and Thursday's editions stated that Mercedes was the leading seller for the year, using sales data that included the company's nonluxury vehicles.

    Corrections & Amplifications

  • Renault and other nonluxury car makers in Europe are fighting a bitter price war amid chronic overcapacity and shrinking demand in their local markets, especially in the small-car segment.

    Renault Hit by Lack of European Demand

  • In analyzing more than 1,000 men, researchers revealed that being in possession of a Porsche or another flashy luxury product did make a man more desirable to women than owning a nonluxury item, such as a Honda Civic.

    Men who flaunt flashy cars not the 'marrying kind'

  • The figures exclude their brands that sell nonluxury vehicles, such as small cars or commercial vehicles.

    BMW Noses Ahead of Mercedes in U.S. Sales

  • At least one nonluxury manufacturer is also expected to do well.

    Weaker Euro Could Turbocharge Auto Profits

  • In 2006, Hyundai topped the J.D. Power initial quality ratings for nonluxury cars, and this year, in January, its first luxury vehcile, the Genesis, was voted car of the year by a panel of journalists at the D.troit Auto Show.

    Why Hyundai Is an American Hit

  • A Bentley spokeswoman said she wasn't aware of the scope of Mercury's trade-in program and expressed surprise to hear it allowed trade-ins of nonluxury brands.

    Russian Dealers of Supercars Use Come-Ons to Lure Buyers

  • Fit & finish in the MKS cabin seems good for a nonluxury marque but falls short of true luxury rivals -- not in the least because there are enough obviously stock Ford parts (like the awful, green LED-display odometer) mixed in with the good stuff to furrow the eyebrows of anyone who's driven a Lexus lately.

    Lincoln's Soft Sell: a Cushy Sedan

  • Prices in the mass market, which is comprised of the nonluxury properties, grew quickly as well in 2007, though at a more modest rate of 14% -- a sign, analysts say, that even more growth lies ahead.

    How Fed Rate Cuts

  • A report out last week by brokerage The Real Estate Group New York put the average one-bedroom rent at nearly $3,000 for a nondoorman, nonluxury building.

    New Superstars of N.Y. Real Estate: The Rental Agent


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