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Land Cruiser vs Range Rover

Range Rover


Land Cruiser
22 City / 28 Highway


13 City / 18 Highway
5,511 to 7,716 lbs

Towing Capacity

254 to 557 HP


381 HP


Range Rover vs Land Cruiser

The great thing about traveling around Santa Fe, White Rock, and La Cienega is that there are tons of roads to explore. From the smooth, city streets to more mountainous terrain, there’s always an adventure to be had.

As such, you’ll want an SUV that’s capable enough to handle these roads while still offering plenty of amenities. While Land Rover and Toyota each offer standout vehicles with these characteristics, you’ll need to learn more about their options before you can decide which one has the vehicle for you.

For that reason, the team at Land Rover Santa Fe has created this Land Cruiser vs. Range Rover comparison. Discover what each large luxury SUV has to offer, and feel free to contact us if you have any questions!

Land Cruiser vs Range Rover Performance Specs

If you’re looking for an SUV with tons of power and efficiency, the Land Rover Range Rover may work well for you. It offers several engine options for ultimate power, efficiency, or a good blend of both.

The most powerful engine, a 5.0L V8 option, delivers 518 horsepower and 461 lb-ft of torque, giving you optimized refinement and driver engagement. Additionally, the Range Rover comes standard with a 3.0L V6 engine. It’s with this equipment that the vehicle achieves an EPA-estimated 17 city/23 highway MPG, enabling you to go on tons of adventures before needing to find a gas station.

The Toyota Land Cruiser, meanwhile, offers just one engine: a 5.7L V8 engine. Unfortunately, it’s not as powerful as the V8 found in the Range Rover, delivering just 381 horsepower and 401 lb-ft of torque. The vehicle is also not as efficient, as it achieves an EPA-estimated 13 city/18 highway MPG, which are below-average ratings for its class.

Off-Roading Capabilities

Range Rover vs Land CruiserWhat these SUVs do have in common are their impressive off-road capabilities. For example, they each offer advanced suspension systems: an Electronic Air Suspension in the Land Rover, and a Kinetic Dynamic Suspension System in the Toyota. With either suspension, you’ll get better wheel articulation, which lets you keep all four tires on the ground while driving over rough terrain.

Furthermore, the Range Rover comes standard with a Terrain Response® system. With it, you have seven drive modes to choose from, including:

  • Grass/Gravel/Snow
  • Mud & Ruts
  • Rock Crawl

Meanwhile, the available Terrain Response® 2 system can automatically select one of those driving modes for you. As a result, it can perfectly match the demands of whatever terrain you’re currently on without you having to even think about it.

The Toyota model offers a similar feature: Multi-terrain Select. However, it only has five modes to choose from, and it doesn’t automatically choose those modes for you.

Interior Space & Amenities

No matter where you’re traveling, it helps to be inside a spacious, comfortable vehicle. Thankfully, you’ll find just that in both the Range Rover and Land Cruiser. However, it’s the Land Rover that may make your commutes just a bit more comfortable.

While the Range Rover seats less passengers than the Land Cruiser (five vs. eight), it has more room in the second row. You’ll get 39.4 inches of rear headroom and 40.1 inches of rear legroom in the Land Rover, while the Toyota gives you 38.9 inches of headroom and 34.4 inches of legroom in the back.

Both SUVs do offer a lot of creature comforts, like heated and ventilated front seats, heated rear seats, and a heated steering wheel. However, in the Range Rover, you can also get massaging front and rear seats, plus a refrigerated center console. If you’re thirsty and sore after a workout, just grab a cold bottle of water, turn on the massaging seats, and relax!

Which Large Luxury SUV Is Right for You?

While the Toyota Land Cruiser has a lot to offer, it’s the Land Rover Range Rover that comes out on top in every category mentioned above. Before you can decide if it’s right for you, you’ll need to get behind the wheel near Santa Fe, White Rock, and La Cienega.

If you want to experience the Range Rover for yourself, don’t wait—schedule a test drive at Land Rover Santa Fe today!

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