SUVs With Best Gas Mileage (Click To Sort)

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Vehicle MPG MSRP Motorscore
product_photoBMW X322MPGFrom $36,75079/100
product_photoBMW X519MPGFrom $42,50080/100
product_photoAudi Q520MPGFrom $28,35080/100
product_photoAudi Q717MPGFrom $43,50075/100
product_photoAcura MDX18MPGFrom $39,99481/100
product_photoAcura RDX19MPGFrom $32,99575/100
product_photoCadillac Escalade16MPGFrom $54,67077/100
product_photoCadillac Escalade Hybrid20MPGFrom $73,13575/100
product_photoChevrolet Equinox 27MPGFrom $22,61577/100
product_photoChevrolet Suburban18MPGFrom $37,00078/100
product_photoChevrolet Tahoe18MPGFrom $33,98078/100
product_photoChevrolet Tahoe Hybrid21MPGFrom $49,59080/100
product_photoChevrolet Traverse20MPGFrom $21,21576/100
product_photoFord Edge23MPGFrom $27,52575/100
product_photoHonda Crosstour22MPGFrom $29,99071/100
product_photoLexus GX17MPGFrom $53,24573/100
product_photoSubaru Forester24MPGFrom $24,00070/100
product_photoHyundai Santa Fe24MPGFrom $23,22570/100
product_photoDodge Durango19MPGFrom $21,91572/100
product_photoSuzuki Grand Vitara22MPGFrom $19,64968/100
product_photoHonda CR-V27MPGFrom $22,49570/100
product_photoFord Escape25MPGFrom $19,14070/100
product_photoHyundai Tucson / ix3523MPGFrom $19,14573/100
product_photoFord Escape Hybrid33MPGFrom $29,64577/100
product_photoHonda Pilot20MPGFrom $28,62075/100
product_photoJeep Compass26MPGFrom $19,29561/100
product_photoFord Expedition17MPGFrom $31,34576/100
product_photoFord Explorer21MPGFrom $28,36072/100
product_photoJeep Grand Cherokee20MPGFrom $27,19576/100
product_photoToyota 4Runner20MPGFrom $31,09073/100
product_photoJeep Liberty19MPGFrom $23,39562/100
product_photoJeep Patriot26MPGFrom $15,99565/100
product_photoJeep Wrangler19MPGFrom $22,04567/100
product_photoLexus LX14MPGFrom $80,93077/100
product_photoLexus RX 35021MPGFrom $39,31079/100
product_photoVolkswagen Tiguan22MPGFrom $22,84076/100
product_photoFord Flex21MPGFrom $30,88582/100
product_photoToyota FJ Cruiser18MPGFrom $26,11575/100
product_photoToyota Highlander22MPGFrom $28,24077/100
product_photoSubaru Tribeca18MPGFrom $30,60074/100
product_photoToyota Highlander Hybrid28MPGFrom $38,71579/100
product_photoToyota Land Cruiser15MPGFrom $77,95573/100
product_photoNissan Armada16MPGFrom $39,87071/100
product_photoKia Sorento25MPGFrom $23,15071/100
product_photoLand Rover Range Rover15MPGFrom $71,20084/100
product_photoKia Sportage25MPGFrom $18,50073/100
product_photoToyota RAV425MPGFrom $22,65075/100
product_photoToyota Sequoia17MPGFrom $40,93074/100
product_photoLincoln MKT21MPGFrom $45,28580/100
product_photoLincoln MKX22MPGFrom $39,54573/100
product_photoToyota Venza24MPGFrom $27,70074/100
product_photoLincoln Navigator17MPGFrom $57,77574/100
product_photoGMC Terrain27MPGFrom $25,56074/100
product_photoInfiniti FX18MPGFrom $43,70072/100
product_photoInfiniti EX20MPGFrom $35,80074/100
product_photoLand Rover LR4 (Discovery 4)14MPGFrom $47,25081/100
product_photoNissan Juke 29MPGFrom $19,99072/100
product_photoInfiniti QX5617MPGFrom $59,20075/100
product_photoMercedes-Benz GL-Class15MPGFrom $61,57075/100
product_photoMercedes-Benz GLK-Class18MPGFrom $35,88079/100
product_photoNissan Murano21MPGFrom $29,96073/100
product_photoNissan Pathfinder18MPGFrom $29,29064/100
product_photoNissan Rogue25MPGFrom $22,07069/100
product_photoMercedes-Benz M-Class19MPGFrom $48,99079/100
product_photoMINI Cooper Countryman31MPGFrom $21,75069/100
product_photoMercedes-Benz R-Class18MPGFrom $52,69075/100
product_photoMitsubishi Outlander25MPGFrom $22,34574/100
product_photoMitsubishi Outlander Sport27MPGFrom $18,79566/100
product_photoPorsche Cayenne18MPGFrom $48,85081/100
product_photoPorsche Cayenne Hybrid22MPGFrom $69,85076/100
product_photoNissan Xterra19MPGFrom $25,21073/100
product_photoMazda CX-920MPGFrom $29,72579/100
product_photoVolkswagen Touareg19MPGFrom $43,37578/100
product_photoVolkswagen Touareg Hybrid22MPGFrom $61,99580/100
product_photoVolvo XC6021MPGFrom $34,20078/100
product_photoMazda CX-723MPGFrom $22,19077/100

This year, very fuel-efficient for the class include the Land Rover LR4 (Discovery 4), Porsche’s Cayenne, the Acura MDX, BMW X5, Audi Q5, Chevy Tahoe Hybrid and the Volkswagon’s Touareg Hybrid. But the most fuel efficient of all is the Land Range Rover, scoring a solid 84 on combined reviews and as a close second, the Ford Flex, at 82.

First, this is a pretty tough category to classify in. Motorscore lists 76 vehicles here. Fuel efficiency can vary from year-to-year on makes and models, so this best-of should be taken with the proverbial grain of salt—or at least a shot of tequila, which is better for you anyway.

So why does the premiums SUV Land Range Rover stun? It gives reviewers the chills for its legendary off-road performance and car-like road manners and good grip—despite what is actually poor mileage, at 12 mpg city and 18 highway. It touts a good grip, Obviously, with such poor fuel economy if this ranks best in class it’s for many other reasons.

Among the myriad ways it excites are its off-roading chops and fluid handling on city roads as well. It “delivers an airy ride similar to a Rolls-Royce’s”, according to a reviewer with Automotive.com. The 27.6-gallon tank on this 5,891-pound sucker is big enough to get you from fill-up to fill-ups.

The $31,000 Ford Flex, which clocks 18 mpg city and 25 highway, is a step up in the fuel-efficiency category while offering a real kick on the road. Ecoboost acceleration provides a real rush, while the vehicle proves that crossovers don’t need to put one to sleep. The 2013 Flex sports the MyFord touch interface, which snags a 10 of 10 from The Car Connection. Ditto, this honey’s safety on the road, securing one hundred percent ratings as well. It has a chic, utilitarian look and supportive seats, even if the third row is hard for adults to access and climate controls seem superfluous.

If you want to make an environmentally-friendly choice, try the Chevy Tahoe Hybrid. For around $49,590 to $54,775, it doesn’t come cheap but you’ll get great fuel economy (20 mpg city/23 highway) and acceleration as well as enviable towing capacity. What you won’t get—headaches. Tahoe Hybrid made the Bluetooth standard in 2009, while other regular features include satellite radio, navigation, tri-zone climate control, backup camera, Bose stereo and heated leather seats.

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