The Overland continues as the mid-range trim level of the new JL Wrangler line-up, with the two-door model sitting $9500 above the equivalent Sport S at $58,450.

The Overland is also available as a four-door for $4500 extra at $62,950 and sits $9500 above the equivalent Sport S and $1000 below the equivalent Rubicon.

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For JL Wrangler, the Overland standard features list brings details like leather seats, colour-coded removable hardtop and wheelarches, 18-inch wheels, active cruise control, LED lights all round, proximity keys, nine-speaker Alpine audio, a bigger 8.4-inch multimedia screen with built-in sat nav, a 230V inverter in the back of the centre console and front parking sensors.

The Overland also comes with AEB and blind-spot monitoring straight out of the box.

Like all JL Wranglers bar the diesel version of the top-spec Rubicon, the Overland comes with a revised version of the JK’s 3.6-litre petrol V6 engine which produces the same 209kW/347Nm as before, but the two-door’s official combined fuel consumption figure is now 9.6L/100km (9.7L/100km four-door) thanks to weight savings, a new eight-speed automatic transmission and the addition of a stop-start system.