2017 Full-Size SUV Fuel-Tank Capacities

2017 Audi Q7;

CARS.COM — For some drivers, the size of the fuel tank matters more than the size of the engine. The bigger the tank, the reasoning goes, the fewer times you will have to stop for gas.

Related: 2016 Full-Size SUV Fuel-Tank Capacities

That can matter even more on full-size SUVs — which aren't known for being the vehicles with the best fuel economy — than on smaller vehicles that sip fuel instead of chugging it for improved mpg ratings.

Here are the fuel-tank capacities for 2017 full-size SUVs. Other than the Land Rover Range Rover and Mazda CX-9, none offers a different fuel tank size as optional equipment.

Fuel Tank Capacities for 2017 Full-Size SUVs

Audi Q7
Standard: 22.5 gallons

Bentley Bentayga
Standard: 22.5 gallons

Cadillac Escalade
Standard: 26.0 gallons

Cadillac Escalade ESV
Standard: 31.0 gallons

Chevrolet Suburban
Standard: 31.0 gallons

Chevrolet Tahoe
Standard: 26.0 gallons

Dodge Durango
Standard: 24.6 gallons

Ford Expedition
Standard:
28.0 gallons

Ford Expedition EL
Standard: 33.5 gallons

Ford Flex
Standard: 18.6 gallons

GMC Yukon
Standard: 26.0 gallons

GMC Yukon XL
Standard: 31.0 gallons

Infiniti QX60
Standard: 19.5 gallons

Infiniti QX60 Hybrid
Standard: 19.5 gallons

Infiniti QX80
Standard: 26.0 gallons

Land Rover Range Rover
Standard: 27.7 gallons (gas engines)
Available: 23.5 gallons (diesel engines)

Lexus LX 570
Standard: 24.6 gallons

Lincoln Navigator
Standard: 28.0 gallons

Lincoln Navigator L
Standard: 33.5 gallons

Mazda CX-9
Standard: 19.0 gallons
Available: 19.5 gallons (included on all-wheel-drive models)

Mercedes-AMG GLS63 (previously GL63)
Standard: 26.4 gallons

Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class (previously GL-Class)
Standard: 26.4 gallons

Nissan Armada
Standard: 26.0 gallons

Toyota Land Cruiser
Standard: 24.6 gallons

Toyota Sequoia
Standard: 26.4 gallons

Cars.com Data Integrity Analyst Bryan McTague contributed to this story.

 
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