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Aftermarket Jeep Commander 2005-2010 Bumper Kits
The Jeep Commander was one of the first mid-sized SUVs created by Jeep and it was released in 2005. It had plenty of interior space and seating for seven passengers, along with a long list of standard features. The Commander was created to compete with other mid-sized SUVs like the Ford Explorer and the Toyota Highlander.
The Commander was powered by two different engines. The base model came with a 3.7L V6 engine that produced 210 horsepower and 235 lb-ft of torque. An optional 4.7L V8 was also available which produced an additional 30 horsepower and 38 lb-ft of torque. Both engines were mated to either a 5-speed automatic or 6-speed manual transmission depending on the trim level. Fuel economy was rated at 17 MPG city and 23 MPG highway for the V6 and 16 MPG city and 21 MPG highway for the V8.
In terms of suspension, the Commander included Jeep's Quadra-Drive four-wheel drive system as standard equipment. This system included a low range gear set, as well as an electronically locking rear differential. For those looking for even more off-road capability, there was an optional full-time four-wheel drive system.
The Jeep Commander was a great all-around vehicle that offered plenty of comfort and convenience features. Standard features included air conditioning, power windows and locks, and keyless entry. On the higher trim levels, leather seats, heated front seats, and an Infinity audio system were available.
Safety features on the Commander included dual front airbags and side curtain airbags throughout the cabin. An advanced Electronic Stability Program (ESP) was also available, as well as anti-lock brakes and traction control.
The Jeep Commander was well-loved by drivers and critics alike as it was praised for its smooth ride, powerful engine options, and overall versatility. It also offered plenty of interior space and cargo room for larger families. Unfortunately, the Commander was discontinued in 2010 due to slow sales and lack of interest in the mid-sized SUV segment. Despite this, the Commander still ranks as one of the best mid-sized SUVs ever made and is now quite a rare find on the used car market.