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The 4WD SUV has become a class all of its own. While the vehicles once were popular among all many drivers, they seem to be currently restricted to those with hefty budgets or large families. There are several great models on the market, each with their own strengths and weaknesses.
The Infiniti QX56 is a good choice for those that are looking for a luxury SUV that will seat quite a few people, but only for those willing to invest in a new model. The 2011 QX56 features an enhanced interior along with several other minor upgrades, making it a much better choice than earlier models. It has quite a bit of room for passengers, and the extra features included in the interior can make for quite an entertaining drive. It is a solid, if not entirely impressive, example of a large SUV.
Land Rover Range Rover
The Land Rover Range Rover, meanwhile, is a better choice for those that are looking to have something with a bit more of a pedigree. The Range Rover is one of the original SUVs on the market, and it certainly shows in its ability to handle off-road driving. However, the repairs on the vehicle are quite expensive and those looking for used models might find that they are simply quite light on features.
Toyota Land Cruiser
The Toyota Land Cruiser is a better choice for those that care about gas mileage, though only in comparison to other large SUVs. The vehicle itself is far superior to its earlier counterparts in terms of on-road performance, but it is not quite the off-road vehicle that it once was. A lowered clearance means that driving off-road is far more difficult than it has been in the past, but an enhanced interior does make it more comfortable for those that want an SUV merely to stay on the road. The vehicle does feature a third row for seating, but be warned – the row is quite small, and is really only fitting for small children at best.
Lexus LX 570
When it comes to luxury, the Lexus LX 570 might be at the top of the pack. Unlike many of the more luxurious vehicles on the market, though, the 4WD SUV can actually handle significant amounts of off-road, though most owners will likely never put the Lexus to the test. As an on-road vehicle, though, it also features Lexus’ trademark smooth ride; there is little more to say about the vehicle’s driving pedigree than the simple fact that it is a Lexus. As one might expect, the interior of the vehicle is packed with a number of luxury upgrades, most of which are standard among Lexus’ worldwide.
Of course, luxury buyers might also want to take a look at the Mercedes-Benz G-Class. A true behemoth, it is a 4WD SUV that was initially based on a military vehicle. As such, it is a solid off-road vehicle that suffers in the cramped spaces of cities and suburbs. It is quite reliable, though, and is filled with a number of upgrades that mark it as part of Mercedes’ line.
If you are looking for an SUV, these models may satisfy your needs. They range in price and size, but all of them are quite useful both on and off the road. You may want to take time to consider their fuel efficiency or cargo space before making a choice, though. One 4WD is not the same as another, and taking the time to tell them apart is important.