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10 Cars Similar to the Range Rover

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The Range Rover is a 4x4 luxury SUV produced by Land Rover. If you were to ask people to describe the SUV in one word, they would probably say, "expensive," and they would be right. According to KBB, the 2022 models of the Range Rover costs between $104,000 and $163,500. Despite its high cost, some people still admire its off-road capabilities and spaciousness. However, some people may find this SUV too expensive, others may prefer SUVs of another shape or you may desire other features that are not in the Range Rover. Whatever reason you have, you can get other 4x4 SUVs comparable to the Range Rover. Below are 10 cars similar to the Range Rover that you could purchase.

2021 BMW X7

10. 2021 BMW X7

This SUV has three trims which are all equipped with all-wheel drive and an 8-speed transmission system. For instance, the Alpina trim uses a 4.4-liter twin-turbo V-8 that delivers a horsepower of 612. According to Motor Hills, the average car will have a horsepower of 120, which makes this car very powerful. Due to its power, it can do 0-60 mph in 4 seconds.

2021 Lexus LX

9. 2021 Lexus LX

The car is comfortable when you factor in its interior. For instance, it has high-zoot audio, soft leather seats, and luxurious wood trim. The car has optional third-row jump seats which accommodate children and not adults. Additionally, the car has a high ground clearance to make up for the less cargo space. Another notable feature of the car is its collision-avoidance feature. It works together with the automatic emergency braking system, which is optional. However, according to The Car Connection, it is a free feature.

2021 Mercedes-Benz G Class

8. 2021 Mercedes-Benz G Class

This car is one of the best off-roaders you can ever lay your hands on. It is able to tackle areas with water, tackling trails, and rocks effortlessly. Another notable feature of this car is its cargo space. According to US News, it has 38.1 cubic feet of space behind the rear seats and 68.6 cubic feet behind the front seats. Furthermore, its liftgate opens out to the side and not upward to create more space.

2022 Kia Telluride

7. 2022 Kia Telluride

This car has four trims: LX, S, EX, and SX. The LX and EX trim come with 18-inch alloy wheels, while the S and SX use 20-inch alloy wheels. Regardless of the size of the alloy wheels, they are very efficient in terms of fuel economy. That is because they are lighter than steel wheels.

2021 Mercedes-Benz GLS Class

6. 2021 Mercedes-Benz GLS Class

The car uses a 362-hp turbo-6 engine which makes it great for driving and acceleration. This engine is linked to a 48-volt starter-generator that gives it a bit more power. Its engine is linked to a 9-speed transmission which sends power to all four corners.

2021 Audi A8

5. 2021 Audi A8

The car has four trims: 55 TFSI, 60 TFSI, the plug-in-hybrid TFSI e, and the high-performance S8. All four trims use the all-wheel drivetrain and the eight-speed transmission. If you are concerned about safety, you will like this car. The car has safety features such as side seat mounted airbags, an anti-lock braking system (ABS), driver and passenger knee airbags, driveline traction control, and many more.

2021 Toyota Land Cruiser

4. 2021 Toyota Land Cruiser

It is powered by a 5.7-liter V-8 engine which is linked with an eight-speed automatic transmission system. This setup delivers 381 horsepower and 401 lb-ft of torque. Generally, the setup offers a comfortable ride. For instance, its steering is light, and there is some amount of body roll. An admirable feature of this car is its towing capacity of 8100 lbs. Keep in mind that the average towing capacity ranges between 4000 lbs. to 7000 lbs. for trucks. That means it is capable of towing vehicles bigger than it.

2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross

3. 2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross

This SUV debuted the safety feature known as Mitsubishi Connect. Mitsubishi Connect offers a variety of services for a secure driving experience. It relies on a GPS and has two in-vehicle buttons that allow you to contact call center agents. Mitsubishi Connect offers two types of services: safeguard services and remote services. Examples of safeguard activities include stolen vehicle assistance, mileage tracker, dealer services scheduler, etc. On the other hand, the remote services include remote lights, speed alerts, curfew alerts, etc.

2021 Maserati Levante

2. 2021 Maserati Levante

Previous Maserati models always used turbocharged four-cylinder as the default, but this car uses V-6 as its default engine. The V-6 engine delivers a horsepower of 345, which is rather powerful. However, if you are not impressed with its power, you can substitute it with a 590-hp twin-turbo V-8 engine. As for the interior, the car has a new infotainment interface. You can use its 8.4-inch touchscreen to operate the climate control feature. For ease of use, the infotainment system offers a voice-activated virtual assistant feature.

2021 Cadillac Escalade

1. 2021 Cadillac Escalade

The notable feature of this car is its technology called Super Cruise. The technology is one of the first hands-free driving-assistance features for compatible roads. This technology works with adaptive cruise control, which controls braking and acceleration. Additionally, the technology works with Cadillac Connected Services to help detect curves, thereby enabling you to have comfortable long rides. This car has two engine options: a 277-hp 3.0-liter turbodiesel inline-6 and a 420-horsepower 6.2-liter V-8. Both engines use the 10-speed automatic transmission system. As for the drivetrain, rear-wheel drive is the default option. However, you can get a four-wheel-drive which has low-range gearing.


When some drivers shop for 4x4 SUVs, they typically think they have to settle with a Range Rover. You wouldn't blame them, since it is one of the most overexposed cars. However, we established that there are reasons people may seek other cars similar to the Range Rover. Luckily, this listicle will help such people settle for other cars besides the Range Rover. Each car in this list has its outstanding features. As a person shopping for any of these ten cars, it is up to you to settle for a car that you think will meet your needs. If unsure how to settle on a car, explore its safety features.

Benjamin Smith

Written by Benjamin Smith

Benjamin Smith is one of the managing editors of Moneyinc. Ben's been focusing on the auto and motorcycle sector since 2005. He's written over 1000 articles in the space and continues to learn about it each day. His favorite car is "any Bugatti" and he's a die hard Harley Davidson fan.

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