The Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland is a Bargain!
This vehicle does most everything very well. The features like auto high beams and wipers I can't live without. Touring the outback in luxury is what it's designed for and I'm amazed how well it has done under some very difficult circumstances. But if you prefer sport over off road function, get the Limited 4x4 because, although the airbag suspension of the Overland can give you an auto lift for those deep ruts and tall rocks, the conventional suspension is more nimble on pavement. The eight speed transmission needs some work, but its much improved over the five speed. The 'auto stop' feature should be off by default, annoying! There are some things missing that my 2012 had that I want back, like the opening back window, the lock button on the hatch back and the drivers seat that moved back for easier exit and entry, all gone. As a whole I can't complain about the infotainment system, especially with the Harman Kardon option. There are several apps and phone features to figure out, not doubt there will be shortcomings discovered as well. Hope to continue to give it rave reviews as it ages. Happy trails.
I would recommend this vehicle to a friend: YES