2007 Jeep Commander

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$28,385 - $44,445
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Engine Engine 3.7LV-6
MPG MPG 16 City / 20 Hwy
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2007 Commander Overview

The Jeep Commander can haul up to seven people and a lot of stuff just about anywhere it can fit.Launched as an all-new product last year, the Commander offers more capability over rugged terrain than most drivers will ever need, benefits of its ground clearance and excellent traction.If you're expecting an unrefined vehicle with sluggish performance, however, you'll be surprised.

For 2007, the ultra-luxury Commander Overland joins the lineup, with more standard equipment, platinum-chrome exterior accents, and wood, leather and suede inside.Several new features are available for 2007 as well.Among them: a rearview camera, a power liftgate, a remote starter, and active turn signals.In most states, the optional 4.7-liter V8 can operate on gasoline or up to 85 percent Ethanol.Last year's base model has been re-named Commander Sport for 2007.

As suggested by its slab-sided styling, the Commander offers utility and a roomy, airy cabin.The rear seats are progressively stepped up, theater style, giving back-seat riders a view of the road.This feeling of airiness is enhanced by a pair of glass roof panels, though the third row is best reserved for 10-year-olds.

Utility comes in the form of a perfectly flat cargo floor when the rear two rows are folded down, providing nearly 69 cubic feet of cargo space.Those in the front seats enjoy a comfortable cabin, much of which is shared with the Jeep Grand Cherokee.

Belied by the utilitarian styling, however, is the Commander's responsiveness and agility.It handles surprisingly well for a tall, seven-passenger SUV.On the highway, the Commander is a notably smooth and comfortable cruiser, and we think it'd be a good choice for that cross country trip to Yellowstone.It's reasonably quiet, allowing easy conversation, a pleasant surprise given the squared-off styling and all-terrain tires.

A choice of V6 and V8 engines is available.The mid-level 4.7-liter V8 seems an excellent choice, with responsive acceleration performance for working through traffic and fuel economy just slightly lower than the 3.7-liter V6.The 5.7-liter V8 Hemi is a good choice for buyers who tow trailers of up to 7,400 pounds.

Two-wheel-drive models are available, though that seems a curious choice because it sacrifices the benefits of Jeep's highly capable four-wheel-drive systems, one of the Commander's most compelling features.Buyers who don't need off-road capability might be better served by something else.
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2007 Commander Overview

The Jeep Commander can haul up to seven people and a lot of stuff just about anywhere it can fit.Launched as an all-new product last year, the Commander offers more capability over rugged terrain than most drivers will ever need, benefits of its ground clearance and excellent traction.If you're expecting an unrefined vehicle with sluggish performance, however, you'll be surprised.

For 2007, the ultra-luxury Commander Overland joins the lineup, with more standard equipment, platinum-chrome exterior accents, and wood, leather and suede inside.Several new features are available for 2007 as well.Among them: a rearview camera, a power liftgate, a remote starter, and active turn signals.In most states, the optional 4.7-liter V8 can operate on gasoline or up to 85 percent Ethanol.Last year's base model has been re-named Commander Sport for 2007.

As suggested by its slab-sided styling, the Commander offers utility and a roomy, airy cabin.The rear seats are progressively stepped up, theater style, giving back-seat riders a view of the road.This feeling of airiness is enhanced by a pair of glass roof panels, though the third row is best reserved for 10-year-olds.

Utility comes in the form of a perfectly flat cargo floor when the rear two rows are folded down, providing nearly 69 cubic feet of cargo space.Those in the front seats enjoy a comfortable cabin, much of which is shared with the Jeep Grand Cherokee.

Belied by the utilitarian styling, however, is the Commander's responsiveness and agility.It handles surprisingly well for a tall, seven-passenger SUV.On the highway, the Commander is a notably smooth and comfortable cruiser, and we think it'd be a good choice for that cross country trip to Yellowstone.It's reasonably quiet, allowing easy conversation, a pleasant surprise given the squared-off styling and all-terrain tires.

A choice of V6 and V8 engines is available.The mid-level 4.7-liter V8 seems an excellent choice, with responsive acceleration performance for working through traffic and fuel economy just slightly lower than the 3.7-liter V6.The 5.7-liter V8 Hemi is a good choice for buyers who tow trailers of up to 7,400 pounds.

Two-wheel-drive models are available, though that seems a curious choice because it sacrifices the benefits of Jeep's highly capable four-wheel-drive systems, one of the Commander's most compelling features.Buyers who don't need off-road capability might be better served by something else.Hide Full Review