2021 Toyota Sequoia keeps on trucking with minimal price increases

Back in black, if you want a Nightshade Edition, that is.


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Another year, another Toyota Sequoia. For 2021, the large SUV doesn’t change much, but buyers will find a nifty new color for the Sequoia TRD Pro and a new Nightshade Edition. Perhaps the better news is the fact prices don’t change much.

The automaker said Wednesday the SUV, now entering its 14th year in production, believe it for not, will start at $51,465 after a $1,365 destination charge. The sum reflects the base Sequoia SR5 model in rear-wheel drive guise. The least expensive 4×4 model costs $54,690,

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5 ways to save on car insurance

Now is a good time to take a fresh look at your auto insurance. 


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One of the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic has been a dramatic reduction in transportation of all kinds. Between lockdowns, quarantines and social distancing protocols, far fewer people are flying and driving. It’s been a major boon to the environment — and it turns out that it could save you money, too. 

Auto insurance was already one of the few services with a negotiable price. But in the coronavirus era, many insurers are taking a proactive stance and reducing premiums and offering discounts. That

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2020 Chevy Corvette review: Adapt or die

It’s not every day that a new generation of sports car completely rewrites the book.


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The eighth-generation Chevrolet Corvette is necessary. I know this might hurt my chances at reelection, but I think the ‘Vette was getting a little stale. Yeah, wow, another big engine under an impossibly long hood. Don’t get me wrong, the thing was a hoot, but it just didn’t feel… special, I guess is the word, and such a vital component of Americana should. The 2020 Corvette remedies that by taking the standard formula out back and burning it. Some leaps of faith

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Ram’s Raptor-fighting 1500 TRX will debut on Aug. 17

It’s going to be big, loud and mean and it’s coming on Aug. 17.


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The world has been waiting for the Ram 1500 TRX for what seems like forever, with no clear debut date in sight. That changed Tuesday when Ram announced the planned debut date of Aug. 17 for its big, fast, Raptor-fighting machine.

The cool part is that — like many car reveals these days — the TRX is getting its unveiling online and that means that anyone can watch it live. The festivities are set to commence at 9 a.m. PT (12 p.m. ET) on Ram’s

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