6. Land Rover LR4
The name Land Rover is synonymous with rugged off-road capability. While the Range Rover could have easily landed on this list, the LR4 wins out for its boxier body that allows for more cargo capacity and/or occupant space, making it the more utilitarian choice. Even though the beefy 5.0-liter V8 engine is no longer an option, the 3.0-liter supercharged engine is no slouch, putting out 340 horsepower and 332 lb.-ft. of torque. Towing capacity is impressive at 7,700 pounds. Even more importantly, the LR4 has a number of features that makes it like a big, boxy mountain goat when it departs from the pavement. The Terrain Response System takes the guesswork out of dealing with different conditions like sand or mud. A two-speed transfer case is available for better off-road capabilities. All of that utility comes along with a sophisticated and comfortable interior, with large seats and plenty of legroom on all three rows of seating.