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The years available stretch from 2006 through to 2010 and to view the towing capacity you just click to expand.
The Jeep Commander is a mid-size SUV that was released by Jeep in 2005. The first generation was marketed up until 2010. Thereafter, a second generation was released in 2018, until its discontinuation in 2022.
The second generation was only available in China as a plug-in hybrid.
First generation models had a 4-door layout, while the Chinese second generation had a 5-door layout.
Like with many other Jeep models, the Commander is usually compared to other models in the lineup. In this case, the Grand Cherokee is the most similar competition. The Toyota Highlander, Toyota FJ Cruiser, and Ford Edge are also rival models.
Drivetrains included a turbocharged 3-liter V6 diesel, as well as three petrol options. These are the 3.7-liter and 4.7-liter PowerTech engines in V6 and V8 configurations respectively, and the 5.7-liter Hemi V8 that was available only in the Limited trim level.
Transmissions for the Commander are limited to two different 5-speed automatic gearboxes.
Drive systems were either rear-wheel drive or one of a series of four-wheel drive options.
Off-road capabilities came according to three different four-wheel drive systems. These were named Quadra-Trac I, Quadra-Trac II, and finally Quadra-Drive II. Similar to trim levels, these different options came with a series of improvements for off-road performance, with the Quadra-Drive II being the highest-performing option.
Trim levels include Base or Sport, Limited, and Overland. Other notable editions were the 65th Anniversary Edition and the Rocky Mountain version. Both of these models featured unique badging throughout the SUV, along with a host of additional features.