2010 Jeep Commander Limited

At a Glance

Pricing $31,575 - $42,830
Drive Types RWD, AWD
Engines 3.7l V6, 5.7l V8
Transmissions A5
Fuel Economy 13-15 (city), 19-20 (highway)

The Jeep Commander is for enthusiasts of the old bricklike Cherokee. Although the Commander is significantly larger (and offers 3rd row seats), there is no mistaking the Cherokee roots in its styling. A 3.7L V-6 is standard, but the Commander also offers optional 4.7L and 5.7L HEMI (R) V-8 engines. Four-wheel drive system choices include: Quadra-Trac (R), Quadra-Trac II (R), and Quadra-Drive II (R). Unlike the old Cherokee, the Commander can be equipped with a full complement of safety features such as: Electronic Stability Program (ESP), Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS) and an All-Speed Traction Control System (TCS). The Commander is based on the Grand Cherokee platform, but is 2 inches longer.

What Changed:

The model range for 2010 consists of Sport and Limited models. The Overland edition has been dropped. Only two engines are offered, the 3.7L V6 and the 5.7L V8. The V8 is standard on Limited models.

Model/Trim/Package Engine Original MSRP
Commander Sport 3.7l V6 (210-bhp) A5 RWD $31,575
Commander Sport 3.7l V6 (210-bhp) A5 AWD $33,575
Commander Limited 5.7l V8 (357-bhp) A5 RWD $40,210
Commander Limited 5.7l V8 (357-bhp) A5 AWD $42,830