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A traditional seven-seat SUV with a powerful V-8, the 2013 Land Rover LR4 gets poor gas mileage, even among its peers.
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2012 Land Rover LR4: 12/17 mpg
EPA

pretty terrible, but not much worse than its competition
Edmunds

What is missing is the stamp of societal approval that big, thirsty S.U.V.’s have lost.
New York Times



Large, powerful SUVs with good off-road performance have never been known for great--or even good--fuel economy. The 2013 Land Rover LR4 is no exception.

In fact, at an EPA-rated 12 mpg city and 17 mpg highway, the LR4 is among the worst in its class--or compared to larger SUVs. Even Chevy's Tahoe beats it handily.

With some models offering only five-passenger capacity, and the LR4's low gas mileage scores, it earns a very low rating from The Car Connection. For owners, the poor mileage is compounded by the fact that the Land Rover LR4 requires premium fuel, adding to the expense.

Conclusion

A traditional seven-seat SUV with a powerful V-8, the 2013 Land Rover LR4 gets poor gas mileage, even among its peers.

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