2007 Jeep Commander – Kelley Blue Book

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Jeep Commander

2007 Jeep Commander

Jeep purists never got over the loss of the original Cherokee, so it’s no surprise Jeep’s new Commander bears a striking resemblance to the former’s beloved and boxy design. Unlike the old Cherokee, the Commander offers far better interior accommodations that include a third-row seat.

The Commander is Jeep’s largest SUV to date and, although it shares much of its chassis and suspension with the Grand Cherokee (as well as the availability of a HEMI V8 engine), the two will never be mistaken for each other. While the Commander doesn’t offer the same interior space as a full-sized Chevrolet Tahoe or even Dodge Durango. it should suit most families looking for a workable combination of comfort, power and superior off-road ability.

If your SUV needs are more about fashion than function, and/or your driving preferences are more attuned to on-road ride and handling than off-road aptitude, this may not be the car for you. There are sleeker, less expensive and more fuel-efficient SUV and crossover wagon choices available to get you around town.

A new trim level, the Overland, joins the Sport and Limited models. A new 4.7-liter Flexible Fuel V8 is available, as is a power rear liftgate.

and fairly precise, while the on-road ride is surprisingly quiet and smooth. Braking is strong and fade-free. The 4.7-liter V8 delivers good torque, is a better performer and hauler and is recommended for its power/price/economy balance#151;unless you feel a need for the slightly more economical V6, or for the hot-rod HEMI V8, which is delightfully smooth and powerful at any speed.

Under the Hood

Chrysler’s modern HEMI V8 gets all the attention, but it is costly and, despite the best efforts of its fuel-saving MDS, less fuel-efficient than its more affordable stablemates. Potential buyers should test drive and consider the more frugal V6 or the mid-range V8, depending upon their anticipated towing and hauling needs. The HEMI is more glamorous and more fun when you tickle its throttle, but you don’t need 330 horses to cruise around town on level ground.

3.7-liter V6

210 horsepower @ 5200 rpm

235 lb.-ft. of torque @ 4000 rpm

EPA city/highway fuel economy: 16/20 (2WD), 16/19 (4WD)

Jeep Commander

4.7-liter V8

235 horsepower @ 4500 rpm

305 lb.-ft. of torque @ 3600 rpm

EPA city/highway fuel economy: 15/19 (2WD Gasoline), 14/18 (4WD Gasoline), 15/19 (2WD E85), 14/18 (4WD E85)

5.7-liter V8 HEMI

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