Re: 2014 grand cherokee
I think this has already been mentioned, but the trade in, or resale value, changes with the trim level. For a 2012 with standard equipment, the Overland can be worth around $2,500 more than a Limited according to KBB. That's just a quick, ballpark calculation. So that price difference can be somewhat negated at the time you pass it on. Most used car calculators tend to discount stand alone options more the older a vehicle gets.