Just ten 2020 Cherokee Overlands out of roughly 20,000 Cherokees left available nationwide in the USA.
Overland is the range-topping grade the model offers today. It adds ventilated, heated and perforated Nappa-leather seats, gray 19-inch wheels, specific badging, an 8.4-inch navigation system, others. Current prices start from $38,490 and go up to $43,000 when fully equipped.
Jeep will not continue this trim level for the next model year. Given the availability of quite affordable alternatives in the segment, like the Toyota RAV4 Limited or the Chevrolet Equinox Premier, for example, customers should not suffer from the lack of this version.
Thus, the $37,025 4×4 Limited trim will become the priciest Cherokee on sale. Many of the options it offers are the same as Overland’s.
Don’t forget about a more capable Jeep Grand Cherokee: the company will leave its Overland variant for 2021. Besides, there is an 80th Anniversary Edition model, and the core trims like Trailhawk and Summit.