The Range Rover caters to every conceivable need by offering luxury and off-road prowess. The 340-hp supercharged V-6—with an eight-speed automatic and four-wheel drive—offers a decent compromise between power and efficiency. There is also a 254-hp turbodiesel V-6 with 440 lb-ft of torque. Standard and long wheelbase models are equally posh, especially in Autobiography trim, and feature lots of tech. The Rover may be expensive and imposing, but few utes can match this status symbol’s panache.