So as many of you know, I work at a Land Rover dealer, and I'm surrounded by Land Rover enthusiasts daily. The Land Rover support is just phenominal as a club, culture, society. So today I introduced the question into the dealer, why would you buy a Land Rover of a Jeep? They're both very capable off-road vehicles, both get about the same gas mileage, power, ect. and as for what most people deal withon a daily basis, the Jeep is the budget-buy. The Grand Cherokee, though in recent years I would say directly competes with the RRS, in most categories. Now the hang-up I've got playing devil's advocate here is that the Jeep Grand Cherokee's now have seven model choices... So when comparing it to the RRS, I use the Overland Summit edition. Stretch out, and give me some numbers. Why Buy A Land Rover Over a Jeep?