Drivers in Huntsville, Florence, and Coleman are looking for a vehicle to take them on their next adventure while still proving the luxury and comfort they deserve. Equipped with off-road systems and interior accommodations, the Range Rover and Land Rover Cruiser are two desirable options. To help you discover which SUV is better for you, Land Rover Huntsville put together this helpful comparison. Read on to see which vehicle offers the features you're looking for.

Range Rover vs Land Cruiser Performance

When it comes to selecting your next bold SUV, one of the most important aspects to consider is the engine. You want your vehicle to deliver the power you need to create a commanding yet refined performance with the ability to bring your water ski boat along for the ride. So, a good place to start our comparison of the Range Rover and Toyota Land Cruiser is with their V8 motors.

The available 5.0L Supercharged V8 engine in the Range Rover delivers 518 horsepower, while the Land Cruiser comes up short with only 381 horsepower. Both can tow your lightweight camping trailer, but the Range Rover makes it simpler with available Advanced Tow Assist, which allows you to control the direction of your trailer with a rotary when reversing. Without this system in the Land Cruiser, backing into your campsite might be more challenging.

Learn More: 2019 Range Rover Review

Tackle Demanding Roads with Ease

When it comes to off-road capabilities, these SUVs are pretty evenly matched with ground clearance levels over eight inches to help you to sail over obstacles with greater ease. When taking one challenging road conditions, All-Terrain Progress Control in the Range Rover and Crawl Control in the Land Cruiser maintain a steady speed allowing you to devote your full concentration to steering.

Taking capability one step further, available Terrain Response® 2 in the Range Rover offers seven modes (Dynamic, Eco, Comfort, Grass/Gravel/Snow, Mud and Ruts, Sand, Rock Crawl) to meet the demands of the terrain you're trekking through. While the Land Cruiser offers a similar feature, it only has five modes, so you may not be able to tackle every off-road situation you encounter.

Range Rover vs Land Cruiser: Interior Comfort

No matter what challenges your vehicle is facing, you'll stay comfortable in the cabin. To keep you at the ideal temperature, heated and cooled front seats are available in both SUVs. You may be more relaxed in the driver's seat of the Range Rover, though, since it offers optional Hot-Stone Massaging front seats with 25 relaxing massage programs. Unfortunately, this amenity is not available on the Land Cruiser.

Another feature exclusive to the Range Rover is a Touch Pro™ Duo system. It offers two displays to allow you to simultaneously control two infotainment applications, such as your music and navigation. While the 9-inch system in the Land Cruiser offers split-screen capability, it can't match the convenience of the two expansive 10-inch displays in the Range Rover.

Range Rover vs Land Cruiser: Which One Is Right for You?

In a showdown between the Range Rover and the Toyota Land Cruiser, the Range Rover comes out on top. Offering advanced towing and off-road features along with a more comfortable interior, the competition just couldn't keep up. Visit Land Rover Huntsville today to schedule a test drive of the Range Rover. We hope to see our neighbors in Huntsville, Florene, and Coleman very soon.

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