This Jeep Commander can haul up to seven people and a lot of stuff just about anywhere it can fit! It 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.
Belied by the utilitarian styling is its responsiveness and agility. It handles surprisingly well for a tall, seven-passenger SUV. On the highway, it's 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.
Standard on Sport trim are air conditioning, AM/FM/CD stereo with six speakers, power windows, power heated mirrors, front bucket seats with adjustable lumbar, ParkSense (which detects objects behind the vehicle while backing up), liftgate glass that flips open by remote control, and cruise control with switches on the steering wheel. this one is a 4x4, which adds Quadra-Trac I, an automatic full-time all-wheel-drive system enhanced by electronic traction control. An upgrade 4.7-liter SOHC V8 is where the power comes from. It is rated 235 horsepower and 305 pound-feet of torque.
This Jeep should be attractive to families that need four-wheel-drive capability for vacations, camping, or challenging winters. Its seven-passenger seating capability is complemented by seats that fold flat for big cargo capacity. It has a lot to offer in terms of functionality, comfort, and performance! Print this out and come see us today for a test drive! Thanks for looking!