Jeep has quietly retired the Cherokee Overland from its official website, without saying whether or not this range-topping model is to make a return.
Previously available from almost $40,000, with features such as 19-inch wheels, perforated Nappa leather upholstery, heated and ventilated seats, 8.4-inch infotainment system and so on, it could easily hit the $43,000 mark with a few options checked.
The departure of the Cherokee Overland was discovered by CarsDirect, quoting a dealer order guide, backed up by an alleged spokesperson confirmation. CarScoops has also reached out to Jeep, looking to find out more about the 2021 Cherokee range, and we will be updating this post when we hear back from them.
The website claims that finding a Cherokee Overland on dealer lots will be very challenging, considering that out of around 20,000 units still on sale, around 10 of them are in the top-of-the-line grade.
Meanwhile, those looking to get a 2020 Cherokee will have to choose between one of the nine trim levels listed on the official website. The range kicks off with the Latitude, followed by the Latitude Plus, Altitude, Latitude Lux, Limited, Upland, North Edition, Trailhawk and High Altitude.
For the base grade, you are looking at a minimum of $26,085 and $27,585 (MSRP), with front- and all-wheel drive respectively, while the High Altitude starts at $35,785, or $37,085 should you want it with all-wheel drive.
The Overland trim lives on though, in the larger Grand Cherokee, which can be had from $46,940, a $12,940 premium over the base Laredo E 4×2.