2021 Toyota Sequoia keeps on trucking with minimal price increases

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


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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2021 Audi E-Tron gets big price cut and small range increase

The E-Tron gets an 18-mile range increase for 2021.


Audi is slashing the price of its E-Tron electric SUV for the 2021 model year, the company announced Tuesday. At $66,995 including $1,025 for destination, the 2021 E-Tron is some $8,800 less expensive than before (technically $8,900, but the destination charge increased by $100).

Audi was able to lower the E-Tron’s price by creating a new entry-level model, called Premium, to slot below the current Premium Plus and Prestige trims. The Premium trim comes with 20-inch wheels, heated seats and steering wheel, a power liftgate, lane-departure warning and more. A

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2021 Toyota 4Runner, Land Cruiser and Tundra arrive with tiny price increases

The Trail Edition is new this year and provides more for the great outdoors.


Toyota’s lineup of rugged SUVs and its full-size pickup truck arrive at dealers soon, but before then, the automaker released prices for the 2021 4Runner, Land Cruiser and Tundra on Thursday.

The good news is base prices hardly increase. The Land Cruiser and Tundra only see their prices inch upward by $100, while the 4Runner costs $220 more for the new model year. Starting at the top of Toyota’s SUV hierarchy, the 2021 Land Cruiser checks in at $86,840 after a $1,325 destination charge.

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Tesla’s CEO Elon Musk offers the company’s EV tech to Audi, others for a price

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We recently covered Audi CEO Markus Duesmann’s statement that Audi was at least two years behind Tesla when it came to computing power in its EVs and self-driving car technology. That he admitted that publicly is a pretty big deal, but it could result in some unlikely benefits.

See, Tesla’s CEO Elon Musk saw Teslarati’s coverage of Duesmann’s statement and decided to offer up assistance (sort of) to the other companies that are trying to catch up to the Big T. Specifically, on Twitter July 29 (because where else, really) he said Tesla would be willing to

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