How reliable is 2007 Jeep Commander?

Though the 2007 Jeep Commander’s off-road prowess and strong V8s are attractive attributes, its compromised interior room and inconsistent reliability prevent it from being a top choice among traditional midsize SUVs.

How many miles will a 2007 Jeep Commander last?

On average, a Jeep Commander will last 10-15 years and can do between 150,000 and 200,000 miles.

How reliable is a Jeep Commander?

The Jeep Commander Reliability Rating is 3.5 out of 5.0, which ranks it 4th out of 14 for fullsize SUVs. The average annual repair cost is $639 which means it has average ownership costs. The frequency of repairs is average, but when issues do arise, they have a higher chance of being severe than with other models.

Does the 2007 Jeep Commander have Bluetooth?

The Jeep Commander comes with a rear-seat DVD entertainment system. There is also a SIRIUS satellite radio, which is standard as well, and Bluetooth connectivity available as an option.

Is a 2007 Jeep Commander AWD?

The 2007 Jeep Commander comes in three trim levels: Sport, Limited, and Overland. All are available with 2WD or 4WD. Commander Sport 4WD ($29,915) adds Quadra-Trac I, an automatic full-time all-wheel-drive system enhanced by electronic traction control.

Why was Jeep Commander discontinued?

For those of you who don’t know, the Jeep Commander was Jeep’s 3-row SUV — a larger, boxier Grand Cherokee, for people who wanted the Jeep brand name, but needed more space. Unfortunately, the Commander wasn’t tremendously well received, mainly due to quality issues, and Jeep got rid of it after the 2010 model year.

What was the best year for Jeep Commander?

The best one would be the 2006. The Limited V8 with navigation alone would put it 2 or 3k above another 06 without those options.

When did they stop making the Jeep Commander?

The Jeep® Commander was discontinued in 2010. WHAT JEEP® BRAND SUV IS THE MOST SIMILAR TO THE COMMANDER? The Jeep® Grand Cherokee carries on the legacy of the Commander as a large, capable Jeep Brand SUV.

Does Jeep Commander 2008 have Bluetooth?

Registered. Yes. Read the instructions. Page 97 of the owners manual under Advanced Phone Connectivity.

Are Jeep Commanders AWD or 4WD?

The Commander comes in two models, the Jeep Commander, and the Commander Limited. Two-wheel drive is standard, but 4WD is available for both the base model and the Limited. The base model Jeep Commander comes standard with a 3.7-liter SOHC V6, rated at 210 horsepower and 235 pound-feet of torque.

Is the 2007 Jeep Commander a used car?

2007 Jeep Commander, have owned it now for a year. Purchased it used, so somebody else took the depreciation in value. This truck is a tank. It will go through any kind of weather, terrain.

Is the Jeep Commander the same size as the Grand Cherokee?

The 2007 Jeep Commander is mechanically similar to the Grand Cherokee. It has the same basic architecture and running gear, is only 2 inches longer and even shares the same wheelbase dimension.

What kind of ride does a Jeep Commander have?

In NHTSA crash tests, the Jeep Commander earned five out of five stars for its protection of front passengers in frontal impacts. In spite of its boxy shape, the 2007 Jeep Commander has a quiet and serene ride. The suspension dampens imperfections in the road well, and the rack-and-pinion steering provides a solid and responsive road feel.

What’s the price of a 2007 Jeep Overland?

The Overland has an MSRP of $41,205 with rear-wheel drive and $44,670 with Quadra-Trac II. Fair Purchase Prices that represent what people are actually paying can differ substantially, so be sure to check the price, as it is updated frequently.