2014 Toyota Land Cruiser Fuel Economy

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With its weight and engine size working against it, Toyota doesn't even try to pretend that the Land Cruiser is fuel efficient. The EPA rates it at 13 mpg city, 18 mpg highway, so it's not even remotely green. It is better than its Lexus LX 570 twin, though, which is rated at 1 mpg lower across the board.

Those who wish to go green in this class do have other options, like the Mercedes-Benz GL350 BlueTEC, or even the Cadillac Escalade or Chevrolet Tahoe. They return fuel economy higher than the Land Cruiser's, though in all cases they're not quite as off-road-focused as the Land Cruiser.

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