Fuel economy is rarely a strength for SUVs, but mid-size utes tend to do better than their big brothers. That's not the case with the Land Rover LR4, though.
The EPA rates the LR4 at 12/17 mpg for its sole drivetrain configuration, a V-8 with four-wheel drive. That puts the LR4 in the same range as the Range Rover, not to mention truly large SUVs like the Nissan Armada. Even the Chevy Tahoe earns more respectable ratings.