The 2017 Jeep Cherokee Overland marks the first full year on the market for the range-topping luxury model of Jeep’s popular midsize crossover suv, and the brand is continuing to fine tune feature availability for the vehicle. For example, two new functionality packages debut for the Cherokee Overland for 2017—one for towing and one for enhanced off-road protection. But this upscale Cherokee still provides plenty of premium content, too, including one of the highest-rated infotainment systems in the industry and particularly high levels of cabin comfort.
Indeed, if you think every Jeep product packs the rough-and-tumble ownership experience of the Wrangler, the Cherokee Overland is the kind of vehicle that will make you think again. Off-road enthusiasts needn’t worry, though: The Overland’s optional 4-wheel-drive system is the real deal, with a two-speed transfer case and multi-mode traction control. A multitude of other benefits also makes the Cherokee a worthy choice for customers.