Editor's note: An earlier version of this story included an incorrect price, including destination, for the Overland Cherokee.
Jeep will expand the Cherokee lineup this spring with an Overland trim level that includes a more luxurious interior and nearly all the off-road capabilities of its top-end Trail Hawk model.
The Overland Cherokee features a leather-wrapped instrument panel, power front seats, a wood-trimmed branded steering wheel, heated and vented leather seats, and a top-end infotainment system with standard navigation.
Jeep’s Active Drive II offroad system has been added. The system includes a low-range crawl mode for maximum torque, but won’t come with the standard wheel lockers that are included in the Trail Hawk model.