The 2007 Commander continues to be the only Jeep to offer three rows of seating. It also remains the largest and most luxurious Jeep.
The standard engine in the base Commander (or Sport, as it is called for 2007) is the 3.7L SOHC V6, which produces 210 horsepower and 235 ft-lbs of torque. Two 4.7L V8 engines are available on the sport as well--one that is flex fuel capable, and the other a conventional gas engine. Both produce 235 horsepower. The 4.7L V8 is standard on the Limited trim, and the 5.7L Hemi V8 is optional. On the Overland, the 330-horsepower Hemi is standard. A five-speed automatic transmission is standard on all Commanders, regardless of trim.
Standard equipment on the Commander Sport includes stability control, anti-lock brakes, power mirrors, a power driver's seat, power locks and windows, cruise control, a park assist system, and air bags all around. The Limited adds a number of enhancements, such as a power sunroof with CommandView, roof rail crossbars, flashier exterior molding, a comprehensive memory feature, fog lamps, leather seat trim, remote start, an alarm, dual-zone automatic temperature control, rear air conditioning, a CD changer, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, and a garage door opener. Aside from the Hemi, the Overland receives a trailer hitch, chrome wheels, platinum exterior enhancements, a power liftgate, a rear backup camera, a navigation system, Sirius satellite radio, a hands-free communication system, and lots of leather and wood trim.
The 4x4 Sport comes standard with Jeep's Quadra-Drive I full-time 4WD system, while the Limited and Overland trims get Quadra-Drive II. The 4x4 Overland also is equipped with skid plates, tow hooks, and limited-slip front and rear differentials.
Plenty of options are available on the Commander, including a rear seat entertainment system, Boston Acoustics speakers, lots of different wheels, and most of the individual items that are part of the more expensive trims.