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Jeep Commander

The first Jeep Commander rolled off the assembly line in 2006 and the last one left the plant in 2010. It is a sleek SUV with seven passenger seating, an affordable base price, and a well-designed interior with plenty of cargo space, leg room, and storage. The Jeep Commander is a comfortable, safe, reliable, and well-performing vehicle. Carfax.com provides information about the Jeep Commander including make and model specifications, ratings, reviews, and proprietary data tied to a specific vehicle.

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Used Jeep Commander: In Depth


MODEL OVERVIEW

The Jeep Commander is a truck-of-all-trades and caters to both outdoor enthusiasts and daily city commuters who want a car with plenty of room for storage and seating and one that can handle different terrains and weather. The Commander is available in Base/Sport, Limited, and the Overland trim which was added to the line in 2007. A common thread running through the different trims is the performance rating. The SUV's various forms have shown to be a top quality off-roading and on-pavement vehicle, with reviewers commenting on the Commander's highway tracking and road stability. The Commander's versatility is due in part to its powerful four-wheel drive.

In terms of power, the base model comes with a V6 engine with the option to upgrade to a 4.7L Magnum or 5.7L Hemi V8. The Commander has gone through several different design changes over its lifetime and 2009 was the year for a structural and power redesign. At this time, the 5.7L Hemi engine was replaced, the MDS system was given fresh updates to increase performance, and the crankshaft was given a dual-mass damper. Other features include HID headlamps, iPod compatibility, Wi-Fi access, MyGIG® radio, and new wheel options.

The Jeep Commander is a solid and reliable vehicle that offers comfort, style, class, and power. It has been celebrated by SUV enthusiasts as fun to drive, enjoyable for off-roading, spacious, and well worth its base price.

SAFETY

The 2010 Jeep Commander received an impressive 5 out of 5 stars in front passenger and front driver safety from the National Highway Safety Transportation Administration. The model received 3 out of 5 stars in a rollover crash test.

Different safety options are available in the Jeep Commander. Some of these safety features include air bags for the driver, passenger, and side and rear heads, 4-wheel ABS, brake assist, auto-on headlights, child safety locks, traction control, electronic stability control, daytime running lights, and adjustable pedals.

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Number of Service Records


Carfax Facts

The average number of service records for a used Jeep Commander for sale is 8.9. Carfax calculates that 71 percent more than 5 service records and 29 percent have fewer than 5 records.

Average Odometer Reading


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If you're looking for a Jeep Commander with less than 80,000 miles, start your search with the 2008 model year.

2010 Commander Specifications

  • V6 or v8

  • 14 city / 20 hwy mpg

  • Four-wheel drive; rear-wheel drive
  • Automatic

  • 210 hp @ 5200 rpm

  • 110 inches

I happened upon a 2006 Jeep Commander, low miles, at a fair selling price. I printed out the CARFAX and was amazed at the service history the owners had performed, all by their local dealer. I recommend CARFAX to anyone looking to purchase any used vehicle.

—John Delmonte