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Both the 2020 Land Rover Range Rover and the 2019 Toyota Land Cruiser have powerful engines and plenty of off-road capability, but which one is right for you? Compare the Range Rover vs. Land Cruiser SUVs to find out which one has the performance specs, engine options, and dimensions you want, then contact Land Rover Paramus to schedule a test drive today!
The 2020 Range Rover interior offers seating for five passengers and spacious seats in both the front and back, as well as an abundance of cargo room. You’ll even have standard and long wheelbase options, as well as an upgraded four-passenger configuration with the Rear Executive Class Seats. The rear seats in this option have heating, cooling, massage functions, and more.
The 2019 Toyota Land Cruiser seats a total of eight passengers, which is ideal for large families, but if all seats are occupied you won’t have as much cargo space for transporting stuff around Saddle River:
Both of these off-road-capable SUVs include standard four-wheel drive and an 8-speed shiftable automatic transmission. However, the big difference between these two models is in the engine options and towing capacities. Find out which one has the power you’re looking for.
The Range Rover has 7,716 pounds maximum towing capacity as well as fuel economy-friendly options like a plug-in hybrid (PHEV), mild hybrid (MHEV), and diesel engine:
The 2019 Toyota Land Cruiser has more towing power at up to 8,100 pounds, but you can only choose one trim level and one engine:
Compare Range Rover vs. Jeep models to learn more about how the Range Rover lineup stands up against off-road rivals. If you want to take home a model that has the perfect balance of luxury and ruggedness, browse our new Range Rover models for sale or for lease in Paramus.