Available in two trim levels, Sport and Limited, the 2010 Jeep Commander offers a wide variation of standard features both inside and out, while optional equipment includes even more gadgetry.
When choosing between trim levels, consumers can also decide between rear- or all-wheel-drive drivetrains. Power windows and door locks, a power driver seat, air conditioning, and a CD player are standard equipment on all Jeep Commander models. Edmunds reports that the Limited model adds "a power sunroof with twin skylights for those ensconced in the second row, satellite radio, rain-sensing automatic wipers, power-adjustable pedals and an automatic dual-zone climate control." New for 2010, the Limited trim model also gets a power liftgate as standard.
Available options include a rearview camera (standard on Limited models), dual Command View skylights over the second row of seats, a MyGIG hard drive media system, Sirius Backseat TV, Boston Acoustics stereo, and a DVD video system with a new nine-inch rear DVD screen. Cars.com reports that Jeep Commander owners with families "will appreciate the kid-friendly options. 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.” Cars.com adds, "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 2010 Jeep Commander features include 17-inch aluminum machined-face wheels with painted pockets (standard on Sport models); 17-inch, five-spoke aluminum machined face wheels with painted pockets (standard on Limited models); and optional 18-inch, seven-spoke aluminum chrome-clad wheels. For 2010, Jeep also gives the base Sport model a third row of seats and foglights as standard.