Jeep Cherokee Goes Posh with New Overland Trim

The Jeep Cherokee lineup has gotten a more luxurious Overland model.

Making its debut at the 2016 New England International Auto Show, the 2016 Jeep Cherokee Overland will be priced from $35,690 including destination and will arrive at Jeep dealerships this spring.

Helping elevate the Jeep Cherokee to new levels of luxury, the Overland model features new body-color fascias with a bright front grille and chin extension, body-color door cladding and wheel flares, new 18-inch fully polished bright aluminum wheels, standard HID bi-xenon headlights and an Overland badge on the liftgate.

On the inside, the Jeep Cherokee Overland gets numerous premium enhancements including a leather-wrapped instrument panel, power front driver and passenger seat with four-way power lumbar, a new Jeep steering wheel with Zebrano high-gloss wood trim, bright door sill plates, Berber floor mats, standard Nappa leather seats with ventilated/heated front seats, standard Alpine audio system, Uconnect 8.4AN AM/FM radio with 8.4-in. touchscreen display and Bluetooth.

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Also standard on the Overland model are a power liftgate, blind spot monitoring and rear crosspath detection and a Parksense rear backup assist system.

Options include the heavy duty protection group (skid plates and full-size spare tire) and the technology group that includes advanced brake assist, auto high beam headlamp control, lane departure warning, forward collision mitigation, parallel and perpendicular park assist, adaptive cruise control with stop and go, ParkSense front and rear park assist with rear stop, rain sensitive windshield wipers, wireless charging pad, remote CD player, engine block heater and sunroof.

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