- Land Rover’s Range Rover Sport
This car guarantees enough space in the interior, and its handling is of top range just like its off-road capability. Its consumption is also a good bargain given the class it stands in. You can approximately go 17 miles per gallon in the city and 23 miles on highways. Critics say its brakes are the best, and the steering, accurate to the point.
- Land Rover’s Range Rover
This Range Rover boasts great off-road ability, leather interiors and swift acceleration. Its steering is also exceptional, so you can expect the range to behave around sharp bends just like its rival, the Sport. On fuel economy grounds, it’s going to consume just like the sport, so there isn’t much difference between the two.
- Jeep Grand Cherokee
Few cars can get close to the Cherokee’s circles of reputation when it comes to off-road abilities and comfort. The balance is amazing. The Cherokee will consume a little bit less than the Range Rovers, but not with a huge margin. With the Grand Cherokee, you can do 17 miles per gallon in a city drive and 25 miles per gallon on a highway. Car critics say its handling and manoeuvres are precise and you will not have trouble with a Jeep, be it in a rocky climb or a smooth parking lot.
- Lexus LX
With the Lexus LX you get a very smooth power train you will not even notice gears are changing. Ride comfort is also guaranteed with the Lexus LX and off-road ability is also a must if you see it featuring here. Its fuel economy is a bit bad given that you can do 12 miles per gallon in a city and 17 miles per gallon on a highway. Its predecessors seem to have overcome the fuel economy challenge somehow. However, it will get you through your road trip without much of a push.
- Toyota Land Cruiser
The Land Cruiser and the Lexus LX come to pretty much the same performance factors so we won’t get into details. The only difference is that you can do 13 miles per gallon in a city and 18 gallons on a highway with the Land Cruiser.
Carol Lynn is a student from United Kingdom who is passionate about cars and travelling. She engages in all types of outdoor adventures, explores the local way of life. She currently works with Driving Theory Test.
Written By : Carol Lynn, a blogger for The Label