Toyota crossover and SUV models are great for large families and drivers with cargo hauling needs. While their large amounts of interior space bring serious levels of versatility, their large size also brings added weight that can mean loswer fuel ratings and expensive trips to the gas station. Crossover and SUV shoppers can use the comparison below to see the fuel ratings of each 2018 Toyota crossover and SUV model below to help in their shopping process.
2018 Toyota Crossover and SUV Fuel Rating Comparison
2018 Toyota C-HR
Fuel Economy: 27 city/ 31 highway
2018 Toyota RAV4
Fuel Economy: 23 city/ 30 highway
2018 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid
Fuel Economy: 34 city/30 highway
2018 Toyota Highlander
Fuel Economy: 21 city/27 highway
2018 Toyota Highlander Hybrid
Fuel Economy: 30 city/28 highway
2018 Toyota 4Runner
Fuel Economy: 17 city/21 highway
2018 Toyota Sequoia
Fuel Economy: 13 city/ 17 highway
2018 Toyota Land Cruiser
Fuel Economy: 13 city/ 18 highway
As you can see from the specs above, the larger the Toyota crossover or SUV the more it will likely cost to fill up at the pump. To keep fuel costs down as much as possible, we suggest that drivers get only as large of a vehicle as they need. Compact crossover options like the Toyota C-HR and RAV4 are great for drivers who want more versatility than a sedan can provide but only need the ability to seat up to five passengers on a daily basis. Larger families with daily seating needs for up to seven or eight passengers can expect to pay a little more at the pump, but the ability to seat everyone comfortably could be worth it.
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Vehicle shoppers near Knoxville can find the full 2018 Toyota crossover and SUV lineup available for purchase at Fox Toyota in Clinton. Give us a call and let us know what you are looking for or stop by the dealership for a test drive.