This week’s 10 biggest news: Subaru Outback drives a Jeep Wagoneer, Chevy Silverado 1500 | News

The latest redesign of the robust, ever-popular Subaru Outback wagon was 2020, so changes for the 2022 model are largely incremental; among them are standard LED fog lights for all equipment levels and climate valves in the rear seat for the Premium upholstery. There’s also a new Wilderness trim level with upgraded off-road capability and matching looks. With pricing for the 2022 model up just $ 75 to $ 225, depending on the trim, the Outback now ranges from about $ 28,000 to $ 41,000 including the destination fee. Then buyers may wonder if they should pony for the latest model or choose the outgoing year.

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In one of Cars.com’s most popular news articles in the last week, we answer that very question. Our advice? Unless you have your asphalt-willing heart set on the Wilderness model, it’s probably better to find a deal on the 2021 model and save everything you can on this slightly different Outback. If you do wants the wilderness to plan to spend more than $ 38,000.

Follow the link below to finish number 2 on Cars.com’s weekly countdown of the most popular news articles to learn more about why the 2021 model is your best bet, as well as what you get for your green if you venture into the wilderness.

Riding on Subaru’s trailers during this week’s countdown is them ny 2022 Jeep Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer. Our quick summary of things we like and dislike about the luxury full-size family SUVs takes third place. Wagoneer’s positive pillars include its cabin quality, space, visibility, Connect 5 touch screen, plenty of other technical features and satisfactory driving and handling. Cars.com reviewers, however, blamed Wagoneer for some interior design flaws, a cumbersome performance of the fuel-saving cylinder shut-off function and a stupidity of a price tag. The latter ranges from about $ 60,000 to a Cadillac Escalade escalating $ 113,000, making it the most expensive jeep of all time.

For complete information on all our compliments and complaints, follow the link below to this week’s third news article.

And making its countdown debut in fifth place is a long-awaited interior update for Chevrolet Silverado 1500 pickup. Cars.com reviewer Aaron Bragman came close with Silverado’s latest incarnation and discovered that it has taken up some much-needed miles lost for those who well received Ram 1500 and 2021 Ford F-150 reviews. Updates range from interior design to material quality to mechanical updates, not to mention the enthusiastically awaited arrival of the enhanced ZR2 variant.

“All in all, the ’22 Silverado’s changes are meaningful, significant and increase the truck’s competitiveness in the category,” writes Bragman. “They are an excellent response to the redesigned ’21 F-150 in particular, and should keep Silverado in the hunt for the next few years.”

Follow the link below to this week’s issue 5 news for the full download of Bragman’s early impressions of the 2022 Chevrolet Silverado.

In addition, we have headlines on the Toyota Corolla Cross, Toyota Tundra, Volkswagen Tiguan, Lexus ES and IS, Subaru Solterra and Toyota bZ4X, so do not stop reading until the numbers double. Here are the top 10 news that Cars.com readers could not get enough of in the past week:

1. Is the 2022 Hyundai Tucson a good SUV? Here are 4 things we like and 4 we do not like

2. Subaru Outback: Which one should you buy, 2021 or 2022?

3. 2022 Jeep Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer: 6 things we like and 3 we do not

4. Which cars fit 3 car seats?

5. Up close with the 2022 Chevrolet Silverado: Finally as nice as it should have been

6. 2022 Toyota Corolla Cross review: Safe, easy and slow

7. 158,000 Toyota Tundras recalled for risk of headlight fire

8. 2022 Volkswagen Tiguan review: How to lose friends through point controls

9. 2022 Lexus ES, IS: More or Less (or Much, Much More)

10. 2023 Subaru Solterra, Toyota bZ4X: 4 things we hope to see from Toyobaru electric cars

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