At first glance the 2009 Jeep Commander is easily recognizable
as a Jeep vehicle. The classic Jeep grille and rugged masculine
lines let you know this SUV will have the reliability and
performance that Jeep is known for. Combine that with the
spacious interior that screams comfort and luxury you get
the SUV that other SUVs wish they could be.
The 2009 Jeep Commander comes in three models the Jeep Commander
Sport, Jeep Commander Limited and the Jeep Commander Overland.
The interior of the Jeep Commander is spacious with three
rows of theater-style seating that can accommodate seven
passengers. The third row is higher than the second row
-- which is higher than the front row providing better viewing
for all passengers. Headroom isn't sacrificed by this effect
as the roof is also raised 3.5" over the second row
than the first. The second and third row fold forward creating
a large flat cargo storage area.
Available CommandView Skylights located over the
second row of seating expands the sense of interior roominess.
The skylights also have roller shades to block out sunlight
The exterior of this rugged, masculine machine was inspired
by three legendary Jeep vehicles: the Willys Station Wagons
(1946 to 1962), the Jeep Wagoneer (1963 to 1991) and the
Jeep Cherokee (1984 to 2001).
There are three engines available for the 2009 Jeep Commander.
A 3.7 Liter V6 comes standard with the Commander Sport outputting
210 hp and 235 lb.-ft of torque.
A 4.7 Liter V8 305 hp engine is optional on the Sport and
standard on the Commander Limited and outputs 305 hp and
334 lb.ft. torque.
A new 5.7L HEMI® V-8 comes standard on the Jeep Commander
Overland and is optional on the Limited model. This engine
cranks out 357 horsepower and 289 lb.-ft of torque. The
new Hemi engine outputs 8.2% more horsepower and 3.7% increased
torque while giving improved idle quality and better fuel
economy than the previous generation engine.
A choice from 3 4x4 systems is available - Qudra-Trac I,
Quadra-Trac II and Quadra-Drive II. The Quadra-Drive II
offers best in-class traction performance by combining an
NV245 full time transfer case with Electronic Limited Slip
Safety and Security
The 2009 Jeep Commander has class leading Off-road, On-road
and safety performance for Three-row vehicles. Standard
on all modes is the Electronic Stability Program (ESP) with
Electronic Roll Mitigation (ERM) designed to help maintain
vehicle directional stability in sever maneuvers on any
type of surface. Sensors throughout the vehicle send signals
which are used to determine the appropriate throttle and
braking adjustments needed for directional stability.
Some of the other standard safety features are Advanced
Multi-stage Driver and Front-Passenger air bags. Advanced
supplemental side-curtain airbags, ParkSense® Rear Park
Assist System and Sentry Key® engine immobilizer. HomeLink
universal home security system transceiver comes standard
on the Jeep Commander Limited and Outland and available
in a package on the Sport model.
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