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2021 Subaru Outback SUV adds safety tech to $27,845 base price

The 2021 Subaru Outback SUV gets new safety features that brings the base price to $27,845. The upgrades lead to a $190 price increase from 2020, including a $40 increase in the mandatory destination charges to $1,050 for 2021.

Following in the mid-size footsteps of the 2021 Subaru Legacy sedan, the Outback adds adaptive LED headlights for better night vision, a rear seat reminder to check for rear occupants, and rear passenger seat belt reminders so all passengers are annoyed until buckled. 

The new standard safety features add to the Outback’s impressive roster of standard driver-assistance features, such as automatic

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2021 Toyota Tundra pickup truck gets small price bump, no changes

The 2021 Toyota Tundra pickup truck gets a $100 price bump over the 2020 model to start at $35,270, including $1,595 destination fee, the automaker announced Thursday. 

Despite marginal price increases throughout the lineup, the 2021 Tundra is identical to the 2020 version, which was last significantly updated for 2014. The best-selling Ford F-150 has been redesigned twice since then, and the Chevy Silverado and Ram 1500 have been redesigned and undergone significant updates. 

A Nightshade Edition with black body accents is offered for 2021, and a Tundra Trail Special Edition with all-weather floor mats and a built-in bed cooler

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Tesla lowers Model Y price to $51,190, raises price on Autopilot

Tesla dropped the price of the Model Y small crossover on Saturday just months after the electric car went on sale. The Model Y Long Range dropped $3,000 to start at $51,190, including a destination fee of $1,200. 

The price of the Model Y Performance dropped $1,000 to $61,190.

Tesla’s federal tax credits have expired, although buyers may qualify for state or local incentives to drive that price lower.

The five-seat Model Y Long Range has a range of 316 miles and a 0-60 mph time of 4.8 seconds. The Model Y Performance has a 291-mile range and hits 60

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Small price bump, big power gains

The 2021 Subaru Crosstrek comes with a modest $100 price bump but more standard equipment and more power. A new Sport trim highlights a more powerful engine option that is only $600 more than the base engine, the automaker announced Thursday. 

A common gripe from shoppers interested in Subaru’s smallest crossover SUV was that they needed more power than the standard 152-horsepower 2.0-liter flat-4. Subaru has mollified some by taking the Forester’s 181-hp 2.5-liter flat-4 and making it standard in the new Sport trim and the top Limited trim. The larger boxer engine trails the smaller engine in efficiency by

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