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Jeep Commander

Carpedia  ·  November 29, 2019

Jeep Commander

The Jeep Commander is a mid-size, four-door SUV produced from 2005 to 2010 in Detroit, Michigan, and Graz, Austria. It has a longitudinal front-engine, rear-wheel or four-wheel drive layout. Jeep discontinued it in favour of Dodge Durango and Jeep Grand Cherokee, with almost 200 thousand units sold in total. Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne said that the Commander was not fit for human consumption. He added, "We sold some. But I don't know why people bought them."

FCA revealed a concept called Commander during the 1999 Auto Show Circuit, featuring experimental direct methanol fuel cell that produces electricity to charge a nickel-metal hydride battery. Rather than use the design for the Commander, Jeep used it for the third-generation Grand Cherokee instead, released a year earlier. 

The official unveiling happened at the 2005 New York Auto Show, presenting the five or seven-seat option, supposedly to provide an alternative to the Grand Cherokee, assembled on the same production line. The two models share many parts, including unibody construction, independent short/long arm front suspension and 5-line live rear axle. 

Sport trim or standard includes 3x3 point rear seat belts, ABS, air conditioning, alarm, alloy wheels, body-coloured bumpers, CD, cruise control, driver's airbag, electric driver's seat, electric mirrors, electric passenger's seat, folding rear seats, front electric windows, fog lights, full-size spare wheel, height-adjustable drivers seat, Isofix child seat anchor points, lumbar support, PAS, passenger's airbag, remote locking, roof rails, side airbags, steering wheel rake adjustment, traction control, electronic stability control, and TPMS. 

Optional Command View sunroof included one power front sunroof and two smaller sunroofs above the second row of seats. Quadra-Trac was available on models with the 3.7L engine, while the V8 models came with Quadra-Trac II. 

IIHS gave Commander the following rating:

IIHS scores are (from the best to the worst): Good, Acceptable, Marginal, and Poor; Superior, Advanced, and Basic. 

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