2006, the Jeep Commander was first used on the German market and should establish itself as a top model of the American car manufacturer. As a basis for the off-road SUV, the platform of the Jeep Grand Cherokee used. As standard, the four-wheel drive seven seats, spread across three rows of seats, as well as a 5 - speed automatic. All Commander models are equipped with four-wheel drive and permanent road ratio. The third row of seats can be folded completely. The Jeep Commander produced for the German market were produced until 2009 at Magna Steyr in Austria.