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Just wanted to say thank you for the discussion/comparison in this thread. I just got a Trailhawk to replace a 2015 GC SRT. I like the body color door handles and less chrome appearance of Trailhawk. Wish the sideview mirrors were body color too, but the grey is OK. We had the hood decal removed. I was concerned about the red stitching and "Trailhawk" on the interior, but it is pretty subtle. Also, as has been discussed in other threads, if you want the air suspension and Off Road II Package stuff from dealer inventory without waiting, a Trailhawk is the quick and easy choice -- there are few if any Overlands or Limiteds with Off Road II Package in inventory.
 

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if you want the air suspension and Off Road II Package stuff from dealer inventory without waiting, a Trailhawk is the quick and easy choice -- there are few if any Overlands or Limiteds with Off Road II Package in inventory.
Overland 4x4 has QuadraLift standard.
 

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But not the ORII stuff like he mentioned. Trailhawk is the only Grand Cherokee that comes with all the off-road stuff standard. Personally, I got it mostly for the seats. My 2015 Overland seats were too flat and not bolstered enough for me. The Trailhawk seats are very similar to the Trackhawk seats, much more supportive.
 

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Another thing to remember is you can get an Overland in 2wd, the Trailhawks are 4wd only. So make sure your looking at a 4wd Overland. Slightly different but a buddy was looking at a great deal on a KL Cherokee asked me to look at it, it was a great price.......because it was 2wd. He almost bought it for his wife thinking it was 4wd....
 
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