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BASE INVOICE
$26,054
BASE MSRP
$28,330
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The 2008 Jeep Commander’s exceptional list of options means most families will be able to outfit theirs perfectly.
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A few more kid-friendly features and a more powerful V-8
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A low-range gear for off-roading is standard on Limited and Overland
ConsumerGuide

Power sunroof with twin skylights
Edmunds

20G hard drive audio and navigation system
Kelley Blue Book

The 2008 Jeep Commander comes with a bevy of standard features both inside and out, with more included on each ascending trim level. And the optional equipment includes even more gadgetry.

The Jeep Commander, 2008 edition, comes in Sport, Limited, and Overland trim levels, with rear- or all-wheel drive available on each. A two-wheel-drive Jeep Commander Sport starts at $27,415, and comes with the V-6 engine, a power driver's seat, 17-inch wheels, and ultrasonic rear parking sensors. The Limited starts at $36,305 and includes the 4.7-liter V-8, a power passenger seat, and heated leather seats. Finally, the Overland model costs $39,485 and comes with the 5.7-liter HEMI V-8, a backup camera, and a navigation system, according to Cars.com.

Every Jeep Commander is outfitted with power windows and door locks, a power driver seat, air conditioning, and a CD player. Edmunds reports that moving up to the Limited adds "automatic dual-zone climate control, power-adjustable pedals, rain-sensing automatic wipers, satellite radio and a power sunroof with twin skylights for those ensconced in the second row," also noting that the Overland is similarly equipped but features special interior and exterior trim.

Parents buying a Jeep Commander, 2008 model "will appreciate a few new kid-friendly options this year. Among them are Sirius Satellite TV, which debuted in Chrysler's redesigned minivans not long ago; it streams mobile content from Nickelodeon, The Disney Channel and Cartoon Network to the Commander's rear flip-down screen," reports Cars.com, adding, "Chrysler's MyGIG infotainment system incorporates a hard drive that can store some 1,600 songs -- enough that you can leave your iPod at home. A navigation system can be coupled with it, and the system includes real-time traffic monitoring, provided you subscribe to Sirius Satellite Radio, which streams the data in."

Other 2008 Jeep Commander options listed by Kelley Blue Book include chrome wheels, an engine block heater, power rear liftgate, and UConnect hands-free communication.

Conclusion

The 2008 Jeep Commander’s exceptional list of options means most families will be able to outfit theirs perfectly.

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