The five-seat Grand Cherokee Overland WL has a manufacturer suggested retail price of $98,450 (excluding on-road costs), but our test vehicle has two option packs – 'Luxury Tech' ($4500) and 'Off-Road' (more about those packs soon) – and premium paint ('Rocky Mountain', $1750), so its price as tested ends up around the $107,450 mark, excluding on-road costs.
Standard features include a 10.1-inch multimedia system (with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto plus wireless capability for both), black Nappa leather seats (also heated and ventilated for the driver and front passenger), a panoramic sunroof, ambient lighting, a hands-free powered tailgate and 20-inch alloy wheels.
Anyway, back to those aforementioned option packs. Luxury Tech includes a digital rear-view mirror, wireless charging pad, 12-way power front seats (with memory and massage), four-zone climate control, ventilated outboard second-row seats, and second-row window shades.
The Off Road includes 230mm rear axle, rear electronic limited slip differential, 'Trail Rated' badge, 265/60R18 Goodyear Wrangler all-terrain tyres, 18-inch polished/painted alloy wheels, as well as skid plate protection for the fuel tank, transfer case and front suspension.
Exterior paint choices include 'Bright White' (standard), or optional premium paint such as 'Diamond Black', 'Silver Zynith', 'Velvet Red', 'Baltic Grey', Rocky Mountain, 'Midnight Sky' and 'Hydro Blue', which cost $1750 each.