The Overland was the poshest trim in the Cherokee’s lineup.
It included features such as heated/cooled Nappa leather seats and more.
Only a handful of 2020 model units remain.
Priced from $40,000 with AWD in the US, almost $50,000 in Canada, the Jeep Cherokee Overland may have proved too challenging to sell as it is priced like a well-equipped Grand Cherokee. This could be one reason why it won’t be returning for the 2021 model year.
The Overland trim, in the Cherokee, was meant to combine and offer all of the most luxurious and advanced technology features together. Cooled/heated Nappa leather seats, navigation, interior wood trim, and more were meant to sway discerning buyers but at its price point, there’s more substance in a Jeep Grand Cherokee.
Carsdirect.com reports that there remains only about 10 2020 Overland in the USA, among roughly 20,000 Jeep Cherokee units in the national inventory listings. So, if you want to buy one, there’s no time to lose.
The Overland trim will not be replaced however other trims, including the Limited, will continue on. With optional features and accessories, once selected, a Limited’s equipment level will rival that of the defunct Overland.