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4.35 stars

Based on 16 reviews

2007 Jeep Commander Limited by Kristy
 — This is the car that has it all, 22's with low profile for crusin & put the standards back on for the heavy duty stuff, tows my monster horse float like its a walk in the park. Heated leather seats ar... Read More
Excellent For Colorado! by jenntron
 — We love everything about this vehicle and always feel safe and in control while driving it. We are quite impressed with the look too. In addition we have absolutely no complaints on the performance.... Read More
Comfortable But Not Quite Like The Mercedes... Awesome Jeep Handling! by Elisa
 — Great vehicle... My family loves riding around in the stadium seating and they especially enjoy the DVD system. My model has every bell and whistle and it was worth every penny! I love the saddle colo... Read More

2007 Jeep Commander Overview

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2007 Jeep Commander

The Commander was introduced for 2006 as the first Jeep vehicle to feature third-row seating. This let it compete with other makers' large SUVs and minivans as the choice vehicle for families, especially larger ones.
With its distinctive military look, the Commander fits its name and offers added appeal for army buffs and those who appreciate Jeep's origins. Its boxy shape recalls the vanished Cherokee, once an extremely popular SUV.
Broad changes for 2007 include the renaming of the base-model trim to Sport and the addition of an Overland trim. Five new colors debut as well: Red Rock Crystal, Steel Blue metallic, Jeep Green metallic, Light Graystone , and Mineral Grey metallic.

This squareness makes the Commander look bigger than it actually is; it has the same wheelbase as the Grand Cherokee and is a mere two inches longer. The third-row seat, which has its own separate climate control, is built for two - preferably two children. It folds flat, as does the second row, to create tons of cargo space when needed.
Stadium-seating in the Commander gives each row a higher view than the one in front of it, which facilitates conversation (of course, that won't be happening in cars with DVD entertainment systems). The back two rows get a treat if their trim is so equipped: in addition to a power sunroof in the traditional location, the Limited features a pair of fixed skylight panels extending over and beyond the second row (it's an option on the other trims).
This thing may look as if it drives like a tank, but rack-and-pinion steering and a short- and long-arm independent front suspension improve the ride. But this Trail Rated rig is ready as can be to leave the road. The Jeep "Trail Rated" badge certifies that each vehicle is capable of each of five categories for off-road use: traction, ground clearance, maneuverability, articulation, and water fording.
At the same time, it's outfitted with conveniences and comforts that today's car-buyer wants, needs, or thinks he needs. A remote control on the key fob can both open and close the tailgate lift, as can a button in the cargo area. Rain- and speed-sensitive windshield wipers take the thinking out of keeping that glass clear, and an express, three-blink turn signal activates with a mere tap on the stalk.
Those things may be bonuses, but safety equipment is a necessity. Every Commander comes with multi-stage driver and front passenger air bags, plus front and rear side-curtain air bags. The vehicle earned 5 stars in the NHTSA's frontal crash tests for driver and front passenger; it was not rated in the side crash test.


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Jeep Commander Questions


Heating In 2007 Jeep Commander

The heating (air) in my car will not come on. Even if I let the car run for 15 minutes before driving it the heating will not come on. I have heard a "knocking" sound from time to time, but the heatin...

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When I Put My Jeep Commander On Drive The Letter D Turn Into A Number 4 Why...

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What Is Wrong With My Vehicle?

I was driving my jeep commander down the road, I came to a stop sign, when i tried to take off the vehicle went about a foot then would not go any further. I put it in reverse and it still would not...

29 views with 1 answer (last answer 2 months ago)

My Passenger Rear Directional Stops Working Shortly After Start-up, Rear Dr...

My passenger rear directional stops working shortly after start-up, rear driver's taillight goes out and front driver's amber light comes on when applying brake. Is this a relay issue or something el...

89 views with 4 answers (last answer about a year ago)

Jeep Commander Display Says Transmission Temp Over

Does not start. Leave for hours, generally will re-start then function well for 1-2 months then same crap again. I see lots of folks with same problem but no one has written about a solution or serv...

743 views with 4 answers (last answer about a year ago)