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2024 Toyota Land Cruiser MPG Lower Than Expected, Still Beats V-8

Although Toyota originally said the new Land Cruiser's hybrid setup would get 27 mpg combined, it's now EPA-rated at 23 mpg, versus 14 mpg for the old V-8.

  • Toyota says the 2024 Land Cruiser has an EPA combined fuel economy rating of 23 mpg.
  • The city rating is 22 mpg and the highway rating is 25 mpg, and that applies to all three trim levels with the 2.4-liter turbo-four hybrid powertrain.
  • The previous-generation V-8 Land Cruiser had an EPA combined rating of 14 mpg.

When it first released the new 2024 Land Cruiser last fall, Toyota estimated that this new hybrid SUV would be rated at 27 mpg combined. That didn't exactly come true, as the automaker now claims an official EPA combined rating of 23 mpg, along with a city rating of 22 mpg and a highway rating of 27 mpg.

These figures are the same for all three trim levels—1958, Land Cruiser, and First Edition—as all Land Cruisers are powered by the same i-Force Max hybrid setup with a turbocharged 2.4-liter inline-four and standard four-wheel drive. This powertrain produces 326 horsepower and 465 pound-feet of torque.

It's no surprise that this significantly smaller, four-cylinder hybrid Land Cruiser is far more efficient than its predecessor, which had a naturally aspirated 5.7-liter V-8. The old 2021 Land Cruiser, the final model year of the 200-series model in the U.S., was rated at a dismal 14 mpg combined, with even the highway rating sitting at just 17 mpg. We were able to match that number in our real-world 75-mph highway fuel economy test of a previous-generation Land Cruiser; while we haven't yet strapped our test equipment to the new Land Cruiser yet, we'll see what it can do in this same test soon enough.