Re: Overland vs Limited Grand Cherokee
The Overland gives you a loaded vehicle at a better price than "building up" a Limited the same way if you want a fully loaded vehicle. The major difference is getting Quadralift and elec tilt steering wheel in the Overland as standard compared to the Limited. The Overland also has more customized and ventilated seating and the heated steering wheel is standard. You can build up a Limited the same way, but it costs more.
While some say a Laredo-X is a better deal than a Limited, I totally disagree. The Limited gives you (over a Laredo-X): heated rear seats, rain-sensing wipers, panoramic sunroof, HID headlights, auto-dimming side mirrors, AC plug in the rear of the console and some extra trim bits all standard. My Limited 4x4 came with the Hemi and 20" wheels as the only two options, and the Class IV hitch was standard with Hemi. Compared it to a Q7, Q5, X5, Cayenne, etc. and I picked it regardless of the no-contest-I-win price of $38k.
For myself, I settled on having to have a sunroof (long story) and picked a Limited so that I could avoid the Quadralift. The Quadralift is the major item that made my decision easier.
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2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee 4x4 Ltd
Silver, Hemi, 20" wheels, minimal doodads.