Against a backdrop of slowly accelerating economic growth, U.S. luxury-vehicle sales fell back in line with the total market in 2011 as nearly half of the segment’s brands suffered losses. Luxury-vehicle deliveries climbed 10.4% last year, compared with 2010, keeping pace with the 10.2% gain in total light-vehicle sales, according to WardsAuto data. The data alignment contrasts sharply with the disparity demonstrated in 2010. Compared with recession-plagued 2009, lux-model sales ...

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