Jeep Grand Cherokee 2002 | Part Three

Grand Cherokee Overland is distinguished by unique machined-rim five spoke 17 x 7.5 aluminium alloy wheels, body-colour exterior fascia panels, a unique lower grille finished in Driftwood, rock rails to protect the sills and a bright finished exhaust pipe.

Inside, extra equipment includes a power sunroof, a 10 disc CD changer with remote control, a unique suede and leather seat trim, embroidered “Overland” floor mats, 10-way powered and heated front seats and real red wood trim on the instrument panel, centre stack, upper door trims and upper part of the steering wheel.

Standard on Overland versions is the acclaimed Quadra-Drive four-wheel drive system, which features Vari-lok progressive front and rear axles. This system allows the vehicle to maintain traction even if only one wheel has grip. For optimum off-road performance, Overland is also fitted with a standard skid plate set, which protects the fuel tank, transfer case and front suspension.

It is available in four colours – Patriot blue pearl coat, Graphite metallic clear coat, Onyx green pearl coat and Silverstone pearl coat.

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Published 1 December 2002 Melanie Carter

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