The Jeep Cherokee is moving up-scale with a new Overland trim.

Jeep is expanding its Cherokee lineup with a new premium Overland trim level. Debuting today at the New England International Auto Show, the 2016 Jeep Cherokee Overland will arrive in dealer showrooms this spring.Representing the flagship trim level in the Cherokee lineup, the new Overland model adds several standard premium features, including a leather-wrapped instrument panel, power-adjustable front seats with heat and ventilation, standard Nappa leather, a wood-accented steering wheel, premium audio, navigation and an 8.4-inch touchscreen. A power rear liftgate, blind spot monitoring and a backup assist system are also fitted as standard.

The Overland stands apart from lesser Cherokee models thanks to a body-colored front fascia, body colored door cladding and wheel flares, 18-inch wheels and HID headlights.

"The new Cherokee Overland model is a direct response to consumers looking for benchmark 4x4 capability that only Jeep can offer, in a stunning, more luxurious package loaded with premium amenities," said Mike Manley, Head of Jeep Brand - FCA Global.

The 2016 Jeep Cherokee Overland will carry a base price of $34,495 (plus a $995 destination charge), making it $3,500 more than the current top-spec Cherokee Trailhawk. The Overland's final price can rise even higher, though, thanks to additional extras like a V6 engine, a Jeep Active Drive II 4x4 system and a Technology Group.