Jeep Grand Cherokee Overlander Concept Can Get Away from It All—and Stay Away
The Overland is the penultimate trimming amount for the Grand Cherokee, slotting below the Summit. (Cost-wise, both of these live in the darkness of the SRT, but that is another creature entirely.) The Overlander is a custom Grand Cherokee theory which is a part of Jeep's lineup because of this year's Easter Jeep Safari.
That latter is tweaked to give a one-inch-greater ride height while still enabling the entire range of movement. A steeper approach angle is enabled by a custom front fascia, while the SRT hood is only there to look trendy. To help improve the Overlander's offroad chops, Jeep has fitted the theory with a 9000-pound winch, stone rails, skid plates, and tow hooks. Cables running from your roofing to the hood are "limb risers," meant to go sweep out of the way.
Jeep Grand Cherokee Overlander Theory Can Get from It Stay Away --and All
Pop the clamshell tent for 2 on the roof of the Overlander after you have made it to that distant of campsites, and you have got a spot to bed down for the night time. Alternately, you can fire up the LED light bar, which can be not dull enough to turn night into day.
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