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Car tech improves safety - but at a cost

7:54 PM, Nov. 18, 2013
Some Toyota Siennas come standard with more costly run-flat tires. TOYOTA
Some Toyota Siennas come standard with more costly run-flat tires. TOYOTA
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Fixing a broken headlight used to be as cheap as $10 for a new bulb - but break one of the fancy LED headlights on the new Toyota Corolla compact and it will set you back $737 to replace.

Break the outside rear-view mirror on the Nissan Versa Note subcompact, and just the parts can run $595. If the car has the optional safety and parking system, the pod has a camera in it.

These are some of the common auto parts susceptible to damage or wear that used to cost more than $100 to fix - and now can cost hundreds, even thousands. ...

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