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Jeep Commander
2006-2010
2006 Redesign Year
Jeep Commander 2010 Trim Shown: 2010 Others

Introduced for 2006, the Commander was built on the same platform as the Grand Cherokee but looked boxier like the old Grand Wagoneer. Its third-row seat increased passenger capacity to seven, but both the second- and third rows are cramped. The third row is OK for kids but not adults. Rear vision is severely compromised when the third-row seats are in use. The Commander offered a lackluster 3.7-liter V6 and two V8s: a 4.7-liter and the powerful but thirsty 5.7-liter Hemi, which moves this vehicle effortlessly but returned a mere 13 mpg in our tests. Handling is secure but not agile. The ride is absorbent but gets unsettled over pavement undulations. Model year 2010 was the Commander's last.

Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2010 $11,125 - $17,525 $8,500 - $14,550
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2009 $9,475 - $14,975 $6,900 - $12,050
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2008 $8,025 - $12,125 $5,475 - $9,325
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2007 $7,175 - $10,650 $4,630 - $7,880
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2006 $6,225 - $8,625 $3,730 - $5,980
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