Buyer's Guide

Land Rover

Land Rover has always held an appeal for those who value its off-road heritage and want a modern, luxury-filled SUV. The brand's current lineup includes the Range Rover line of luxury SUVs as well as more off-road-oriented offerings.

Least Expensive: The Land Rover Discovery Sport shares mechanicals with the stylish Range Rover Evoque—but with a starting price under $40,000.

Sportiest: With Jaguar and Land Rover owned by the same parent company, Tata Motors, Land Rover is able to borrow Jaguar's 550-hp, supercharged V-8 and drop it into one of its Range Rovers to create the bonkers Range Rover Sport SVR.

Most Expensive: Customers who purchase the Range Rover SVAutobiography will be treated to one of the most luxurious interiors ever fitted to an automobile. With executive seating for four, a 29-speaker 1,700-watt Meridian stereo, and capable off-road prowess in an available long-wheelbase form, pricing for the flagship SUV can exceed $200,000.

Best Fuel Economy: That title goes to the plug-in hybrid version of the Range Rover Sport, which is EPA-rated at 42 mpg-e combined running on gas and electricity. It can also travel up to 19 miles on electric power alone.

Luxury Utility
$49900
25 / Hwy 20 / City
$52300
21 / Hwy 16 / City
$37800
24 / Hwy 19 / City
$90900
25 / Hwy 19 / City
$42650
27 / Hwy 20 / City
$68650
23 / Hwy 17 / City
$56300
27 / Hwy 21 / City

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