Used Jeep Commander cars for sale

raccars.co.uk currently have 6 used Jeep Commander cars for sale

Jeep Commander 3.0 CRD Limited 5dr Auto

£6,995
2007(07)
£123.16 per month
  • 100,000
  • Automatic
  • Diesel
  • 3L
Call the dealer:0117 453 9055View vehicle

Jeep Commander 3.0 CRD Limited 5dr Auto

£3,995
2006(55)
£61.53 per month
  • 158,000
  • Automatic
  • Diesel
  • 3L
Call the dealer:0114 493 1341View vehicle

Jeep Commander 3.0 CRD V6 Limited 4x4 5dr

£10,995
2006(06)
£205.33 per month
  • 45,385
  • Automatic
  • Diesel
  • 3L
Call the dealer:0118 217 6215View vehicle

Jeep Commander 3.0 CRD V6 Limited 4x4 5dr

£8,495
2007(07)
£153.98 per month
  • 73,485
  • Automatic
  • Diesel
  • 3L
Call the dealer:0118 217 6215View vehicle

Jeep Commander 3.0 CRD V6 Limited 4x4 5dr

£4,495
2006(56)
£71.80 per month
  • 121,000
  • Automatic
  • Diesel
  • 3L
Call the dealer:01623 542337View vehicle

Jeep Commander 3.0 CRD V6 Limited 4x4 5dr

£7,495
2006(56)
£133.43 per month
  • 105,885
  • Automatic
  • Diesel
  • 3L
Call the dealer:0118 217 6215View vehicle

Second-Hand Jeep Commander

Used Jeep Commander
Introduced in 2006 the big, brick-shaped Commander was designed to take Jeep into the seven-seat 4x4 market. Based on the Grand Cherokee Platform, it was launched with a choice of the 5.7-litre V8 hemi petrol engine or the Mercedes-sourced 4.0-litre V6 CRD diesel. All are five-speed automatics and all cars have Jeep's Quadra II four-wheel drive system with electronically controlled differentials that can keep you moving even if only one wheel has traction. The Commander ceased production in 2010.

What You Get
The car comes in Predator or Limited trim. You get three rows of seats and the stepped roof means each is set a little higher than the last, so everyone gets a decent view out. All this is impressive given that the Commander is only a few inches longer than the Grand Cherokee. You don't get much luggage space with all the seats up, but there's a respectable 36 cubic feet with the back row down and a huge 67.4 cubic feet with the middle row folded too. The heavy-duty styling won't win any beauty contests but you can't deny that the Commander has presence.

How it Drives
The Commander rides well on road and, perhaps surprisingly, handles quite well too. There's little roll through corners and electronic stability control keeps it from getting out of hand. It's reasonably quiet at motorway cruising speeds too. There's plenty of power from the 3.0-litre diesel and it'll return around 25mpg. If you're looking for a seven-seat 4x4 then the used Jeep Commander may not be the first thing that comes to mind, but a used version is definitely one to be considered. The Commander is a serious piece of kit that’s ready for action and adventure whenever you and your family are.