Anyone know why the LM2001-X is priced $50 more than the LM2102SP?

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I am finally ready to make the switch to an electric mower and narrowed it down to the LM2001-X ($650) and LM2102SP ($600) models.  Both of them at Home Depot include the 7.5 Ah battery and rapid charger.  The LM2001-X cuts 20" vs the 21" of the LM2102SP AND doesn't have the self propelled feature either.

So why would the mower with 1" smaller cutting width and no self propelled feature cost more?  I noticed that it does weigh less and potentially has a longer run time.  However, the self propelled feature doesn't HAVE to be used, so the only difference is that it weighs less.  Just want to make sure that I'm not missing anything.  Thanks!
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Hi Jeffers, Blue is correct.  As we near the actual mowing season, the pricing will start to regulate itself.  We're just in the awkward limbo stage of new generation vs. old generation.  Also, as Blue stated, the LM2102SP is our very newest mower and if you're looking for the latest and greatest, that's the one to get.