2006-2010
2006 Redesign Year
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.
$8,150 - $9,825
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$6,925 - $9,850
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$6,450 - $8,750
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$6,025 - $7,275
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$5,175 - $5,850
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