2007 Jeep Commander
158,401 Miles
$8,500

Poteau, OK
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2007 Jeep Commander
$7,495

Goldsboro, NC
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2007 Jeep Commander
110,138 Miles
$8,990

Avon, IN
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2007 Jeep Commander
175,815 Miles
$5,695

Quakertown, PA
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2007 Jeep Commander
162,006 Miles
$7,330

Adrian, MI
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2007 Jeep Commander
193,497 Miles
$6,550

Milbank, SD
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2007 Jeep Commander
152,873 Miles
$5,500

Ozone Park, NY
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2007 Jeep Commander
96,736 Miles
$7,986

Villa Park, IL
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2007 Jeep Commander
166,491 Miles
$6,000

Bryan, OH
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2007 Jeep Commander
176,160 Miles
$5,700

Kalkaska, MI
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2007 Jeep Commander
158,170 Miles
$7,300

Chadron, NE
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2007 Jeep Commander
173,713 Miles
$6,995

Moulton, AL
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2007 Jeep Commander
114,765 Miles
$10,987

Columbus, KS
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2007 Jeep Commander
155,179 Miles
$8,998

Grand Rapids, MI
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2007 Jeep Commander
111,999 Miles
$7,907

New Ulm, MN
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2007 Jeep Commander
125,087 Miles
$6,937

Union City, TN
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2007 Jeep Commander
172,649 Miles
$6,795

Galesburg, MI
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2007 Jeep Commander
116,184 Miles
$8,771

Celina, OH
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2007 Jeep Commander
128,309 Miles
$7,859

Columbus, OH
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2007 Jeep Commander
92,712 Miles
$8,995

Ham Lake, MN
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2007 Jeep Commander Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.5
2 Reviews
Overall
4.5
Value
3.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.5
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
4.5

2007 Jeep Commander Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2007 Jeep Commander - My experience as a Jeep Commander owner

Nicole
Acushnet Center, Massachusetts
Overall
5.0
Value
2.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
5.0
I love this vehicle! This Jeep rides great, like you were in a car and not an SUV. I like the size. It's not too large to maneuver in small spaces and not too small where I feel vulnerable and unsafe and roads filled with big trucks and full-size SUVs. I love the hatchback and the fact that I can just flip open the window part of the back and not the whole door. The air conditioner is nice and cold, and the heat is just warm enough. This Jeep handles well, and the steering is so easy and smooth. As far as driving in the snow? This Jeep is amazing on snow-covered roads! My husband likes to play around and spin in the snow. You just can't do it with this Jeep, as it refused to spin out of control, which is a great thing!
Story
We went up to Maine on the Golden Road on a moose-viewing trip with my dad and his wife and our two kids. There was plenty of room for all of us with the extra row of seating, and the memories we made were invaluable as opposed if we had to take two cars everywhere we went that weekend. Also, the Jeep handled those oh so bumpy bouldered roads beautifully!
Pros
Perfect size. Handles well. Nice looking. The third-row seating comes in very handy! The seat backs in the backseats are pretty high, preventing our larger dogs from jumping into the backseat when they are in the rear cargo area. This is great when there are small children, etc. in the back seat that should not be jumped on by a big dog.
Cons
Gas mileage isn't great, about 16 MPG on average. It's hard to see out the rear window when the third row seats are up, even if there are no passengers in those seats.

2007 Jeep Commander - Reliable but bulky.

Commander Owner
Burlington, Vermont
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
2.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
1.0
Reliability
4.0
Overall this is a good, reliable car. There is a lot of seating and trunk space so it is good for families or people that have a lot of stuff to transport in their car. It is a very large car which could be seen as either a good or bad thing depending on your preferences. It is reliable and durable.
Story
I had to bring my boyfriend to his work while we were at college. When his boss saw my car he asked my boyfriend if he was dating a 40 year old because of the size of the car.
Pros
It has a lot of seating (7 seats when the back seats are up). It you do not put the back seats up, this gives a lot of trunk space. Additionally, the middle row folds down for even more trunk space. This was really useful to me when I was moving into college because I was able to fit all of my stuff in the car pretty easily. Additionally it is very reliable and handles winter terrain very well which is important to me as I go to school in Vermont.
Cons
This car does not have a sunroof. That may seem like a minor complaint, but coming from a car that had one, I found myself missing it a lot. Also the tire pressure light is broken and is always on which is annoying. It is very poor on gas which is bad for the environment as well as expensive for me, especially as a college student. And I think the car is a ugly, but obviously that is just personal preference.

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