The Overland sits close to the top of the range and represents a more luxury-oriented feel than the Trailhawk. This model gains 20-inch polished wheels, LED daytime running lights, and bi-xenon discharge headlamps that give the exterior a more upscale look. Like the Trailhawk, the Overland gets the Quadra-Lift air suspension, but it does without that trim’s rear load-leveling. The Trailhawk’s single-pane sunroof is replaced here by a more expansive dual-pane sunroof that lets even more light into the cabin. Rain-sensing wipers and a cargo compartment cover are included, too.
Aluminum Lithograph Shifter Bezel, Instrument Panel Aludiam Linear Bezel, Aluminum Painted Steering Wheel Bezel
MOPAR Front & Rear Door Entry Guards, MOPAR Bright Pedal Kit
Advanced Brake Assist, Parallel & Perp Park Assist w/Stop, Adaptive Cruise Control w/Stop, Full Speed FWD Collision Warn Plus, Lane Departure Warning Plus
Engine: 3.6L V6 24V VVT UPG I w/ESS, Transmission: 8-Speed Automatic (850RE)
Rear Load Leveling Suspension, Normal Duty Suspension, Full Size Spare Tire, Steel Spare Wheel, 7 & 4 Pin Wiring Harness, Heavy Duty Engine Cooling, Class IV Receiver Hitch