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Car and Driver: 2016 Jeep Cherokee Overland: The Grandest Not-Grand Cherokee


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-Up in New England, luxury SUVs sell like hot chowder in January, so it’s no surprise that Jeep chose the New England auto show in Boston as the venue to introduce the grandest Cherokee  that’s not a Grand Cherokee: the 2016 Cherokee Overland.


Wearing monochromatic paint, polished 18-inch wheels, and chrome accents, the Cherokee Overland looks spiffy enough to tour an ivy league college campus, but Jeep promises that none of the Cherokee’s off-road prowess was lost when it got all dressed up. Inside, the cabin is pretty much loaded with everything that comes optionally on lesser Cherokees as well as a few things that don’t, such as a leather-covered dashboard, heated and ventilated seats, berber carpets, Nappa leather, an Alpine sound system, and glossy zebrano wood on the upper part of the steering-wheel rim.


-The Overland can be had with either of the Cherokee’s available engines, the 184-hp 2.4-liter four-cylinder or the 271-hp 3.2-liter V-6. Both put their power to the road—or the trail—via Jeep’s Active Drive II four-wheel-drive system with selectable terrain modes. Options include a Heavy-Duty Protection Group that includes the V-6 as well as a full-size spare tire and skid plates, while the Technology Group adds rain-sensing wipers, a wireless charging pad, a sunroof, and driver aids such as lane-keeping assist, automatic high beams, parking assist, parking sensors, adaptive cruise control, and forward collision warning with crash mitigation. All this can be yours starting this spring for a cool $35,490.




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