Jeep Commander Review – Research New & Used Jeep Commander Models | Edmunds

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Jeep Commander

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The name calls to mind images of swashbucklers on fearless adventures at the far of the earth. As such, Jeep’s SUV is aptly named; it possesses inch of the go-anywhere bravado in its moniker. With three of seating and room for up to seven the Commander is the most spacious SUV has ever produced.

Although not as capable off-road as the smaller among SUVs in its size the Commander is a superb trail-buster, to tackle rock-strewn paths and mountain tracks without a sweat. Less thrilling, are the Jeep Commander‘s interior materials, cramped row, so-so cargo and poor fuel mileage the larger engines.

Current Jeep Commander

The Jeep Commander is available in two Sport and Limited. The Sport standard with power a power driver seat, and a CD stereo. The Limited trim the mix with heated leather automatic dual-zone climate power-adjustable pedals, a power satellite radio and a power with twin skylights in the row.

Buyers can also options like a navigation and a rear-seat DVD entertainment system.

The Jeep Commander Sport its pep from a standard 3.7-liter V6 of 210 horsepower and 235 pound-feet of torque, a adequate engine in the 4,800-pound The Limited model has more thanks to a 5.7-liter V8 (optional on which cranks out 357 hp and 389 lb-ft of Those who choose the base may equip it with a full-time system.

Jeep also offers two four-wheel-drive systems for those to take their Commanders on trails, including Quadra-Drive II, features Hill Start and Assist technology. All models with a five-speed automatic

Slide inside the Commander’s and you’ll find yourself in comfortable seats. An upscale decor makes for an attractive but there’s too much hard for an SUV in this price range. Limited is a bit nicer.) There any midsize SUVs that truly spacious third-row still, even by these low legroom in the Commander’s third row short and is suitable only for

Cargo capacity is unspectacular as largely because of the packaging created by the Jeep’s solid-axle suspension and generous ground The SUV offers 7.5 cubic feet all three rows in use, with the third row stowed and cubic feet with all seats folded. These would be OK for a compact SUV, but minuscule for a midsize sport-ute.

In reviews, we’ve praised the Commander for its off-road capabilities and available V8. Opinions about quality are mixed; some found the Jeep to provide a ride but others, expecting a secure feel, deem it Handling on pavement is competent for a 5,000-pound vehicle, but not the least bit

The base V6 doesn’t hustle the with much authority. The V8 is both powerful and relatively

Jeep Commander

Used Jeep Commander

The Jeep Commander debuted in the model year. The Limited with a 4.7-liter V8 prior to it generated 235 hp and 305 lb-ft of torque 2008, when it was bumped up to 305 hp and 334 The 5.7-liter V8 made 330 hp and 375 lb-ft of till ’09, when it up to 357 hp and 389 lb-ft.

For ’07, the luxurious trim debuted; it was equipped to the Limited but with special and exterior trim. For ’08, the Descent Control and Hill Assist electronic driving arrived for Commanders with II. The Commander Limited and Overland’s materials quality were for ’09.

For ’10, the Overland trim and the 4.7-liter V8 was discontinued, leaving the 5.7-liter V8 as standard on the Limited along with a power

Reliability was spotty on early-build models, so consumers looking for Jeep Commanders would be to seek out later-build models or hold off on a purchase until a bit more to choose from on the market.

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