The production of Commander may stop after 2009 model year.The Jeep Commander SUV was introduced a year ago but his future already looks uncertain. The boxy three-row SUV is built at Chrysler’s Jefferson North Assembly Plant in Detroit.Auto analysts say that the Commander is likely to be discontinued after the 2009 model-year, so they already removed this car from the forecasts. Other industry officials confirmed that the Commander will go out of production in 2008, likely after the (...) More
Posted on 10.31.2006 08:00 by Anthony Kodack , Kevin ’Crash’ Corrigan
For nearly 65 years the Jeep brand has created sport-utility vehicles that have combined the fresh with the familiar, bringing together what is new in Jeep design and engineering with what is well-known about legendary Jeep capability. Taking that proud tradition to another level in the 2006 model year is the first-ever Jeep Commander.
Exclusive accessories for body, suspension and interior. Powerful diesel tuning with 262 hp instead of standard 218 hp and an increase in peak torque from 376 to 427 lbs-ft: STARTECH offers an extensive accessories program for all model versions of the American SUV.
If your want to buy a new car you you’ll have to know that are the best cars in the USA. Best American design, American heritage and American power. BusinessWeek scoured through every domestic car, SUV, truck, and van and picked the top 12 domestic winners in each segment. Small Car: Ford Focus - $13450 to $17040, Final Score: 3.88/5 Sedan: Chevrolet Malibu - $16325 to $23065, Final Score: 4.4/5 Wagon: Ford Focus Wagon - $16735 to $17495, Final Score: 4.25/5 Mini van: Dodge Caravan - (...) More
The 2006 Jeep Commander has received the government’s highest rating for frontal-impact crash protection from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). The Jeep Commander ’s five-star rating for frontal crash protection makes it the 11th new product from Chrysler Group to achieve the top safety rating in the governmental frontal crash tests. "Chrysler Group is offering Jeep Commander customers peace of mind through more standard safety and security equipment and the (...) More
Two creative talents — Academy Award(r)-nominated actor Terrence Howard and Chrysler 300 lead designer Ralph Gilles — unveiled a customized 2006 Jeep (r) Commander Feb. 25, 2006, on the red carpet of the 37th NAACP Image Awards. As title sponsor of the Image Awards, DaimlerChrysler brought the two together for the one-of-a-kind vehicle collaboration as part of "My Custom Style," a DaimlerChrysler and NAACP initiative to increase diversity in the field of automotive design. The (...) More
Three Chrysler Group vehicles have made AAA and Parents magazine’s list of "Best Cars for Families" for 2006. The Dodge Charger, Chrysler Town & Country and Jeep (r) Commander were chosen based upon their safety, performance and value to consumers. "We are delighted that AAA and Parents magazine has recognized three of our vehicles to this important list," said George Murphy, Senior Vice President – Global Marketing. "Chrysler Group is committed to providing (...) More
The launch of the all-new JeepÂ® Commander signals the ongoing Jeep product offensive scheduled for the next two years in markets outside of North America. Classic in design, Jeep Commander is the first of the Jeep family to offer standard three-row seating, accommodating up to seven passengers. The nimble, rugged 4 x 4 is engineered to perform as only Jeep vehicles can, offering more capability, more flexibility and advanced safety and security technologies that are sure to appeal to international customers.