There's a lot of really shitty practices that have started up in the name of maximizing your customer base, something which people literally only do to please the high-up executives who wipe their ass with gold and have no idea how money works.
One of them is producing multiple tiers of essentially the same product, so that the rich and poor alike will have something they can buy from you at their price tier. It sounds sensible, but in reality what you're doing is flooding the market, competing with YOURSELF, and pissing off the middle guy who might want to buy more but now can't.
this is particularly prominent in cars, where a single manufacturer will make a stupidly high number of redundant models every single year, and then wonder why they're all sitting around unsold. You also see it in toys, where in recent years you have 3, 4, or even 5 different sizes available for every toy, instead of just making everyone to scale and hoping the kids can save up money for the big characters/vehicles/playsets and/or get those for christmas, while continuing to get the cheap normal-sized guys on the regular. It sounds smart to give the poor mexicans a tiny piece of shit one-step version of bumblebee to buy, but what happens is you have now crowded the shelves so fucking badly that you're choking your own product out, and paying extra for the store real estate. and it's not any better electronically, because it makes it that much harder to find what you're looking for