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Jeep Commander History
historical data of the Jeep Commander SUV, manufactured
by General Motors, was retrieved from many
only a brief overview of certain important events in the
history of the Jeep Commander. The Jeep Commander was released
for public sales in 2006.
The Jeep Commander SUV is brand new as of the year 2006
so there is, of course, not much history as of now.
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Jeep Commander Info.
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The Jeep Commander is a mid-sized SUV introduced in 2006. It was first introduced at the 2005 New York Auto Show. It is the 7-passenger counterpart of the Jeep Grand Cherokee. It has much more boxy styling, with an upright windshield and squared-off sides. The roof is stepped for the second and third-row seats, but is disguised by a roof rack. It also features three moonroofs called “Command View”.
Jeep is the fourth company to produce a vehicle called the Commander, after the Studebaker Commander, after the Scammell Commander and the Norton Commander motorcycle. While the Jeep Wagoneer was the Commander’s initial inspiration, it is built upon the WK Grand Cherokee and resembles the discontinued third generation Jeep Cherokee XJ.
The Commander offers a base V6 engine with an optional 4.7L Magnum and 5.7L Hemi V8. The Jeep Commander came with the optional entertainment package which includes a DVD player and TV and rear parking camera.
In Europe and certain other markets like Chile, South Africa, and South Korea, the Commander offered a V6 Diesel engine developed by DaimlerChrysler with BlueTec technology.