The 2011 Jeep Commander is making the rounds as a vehicle known for its spaciousness, it's impressive cargo space, and that it can accommodate seven passengers. The 2011 Command can also tow up to 6500 lbs and can carry up to 1230 lbs of payload as well. The Commander comes in two trims: the Jeep Commander and the Commander Limited; both of them are also available in two wheel drive and four wheel drive versions.
The 2011 Commander is equipped with a 4.7-liter SOHC 16 v V8 engine capable of producing 235 horsepower. A 5 speed automatic transmission system has made the engine more productive, and offers EPA ratings of 15 mpg in the city and 20 mpg on the highway. The exterior of the Commander is similar to the 2010 with its box-like features. At least it still invokes those retro Jeep designs that we love. Inside, the interior boasts a range of features containing power sunroof, the SmartBeam intelligent headlight system, MP3 capability with acoustic speakers.
There are also leather trimmed bucket seats with memory available with a tire pressure monitoring display. The 2011 Jeep Commander is available with the basic warranty of 3 years or 36,000 miles. The Commander makes its occupants feel safe with some advanced safety features such as multi-stage frontal airbags, ABS, front seatbelts with pretensioners and force retractors, Brake Assist, electronic stability program and side curtain airbags. Even with its occasional flaws, the 2011 Jeep Commander is charismatic and awe-inspiring.
Add to that its low price for a large SUV, and the Commander really is a vehicle worth taking a look at.