The driver of the Commander gets the best vantage point in the house. There’s electric adjustment for the driver’s seat and it can be raised up high so that you can see the very edges of the huge bonnet. It’s also very comfortable, but the view in the rear mirror is seriously hindered when the third row of rear seats is raised.
Jeep Commander 4x4 space & practicality
The Jeep Commander is billed as a seven-seat 4x4, but the third row of chairs is tight for space, even for small children, because the seats are flat on the floor. This forces occupants’ knees right up to their ears and is very uncomfortable. It’s better to fold the third row away to create more boot space. The middle row of seat is not as generous as a Land Rover Discovery’s for knee room.
Jeep Commander 4x4 equipment
It's hard to think of something the Commander does not come with as standard. All have an automatic gearbox, air-conditioning, cruise control, CD player, ISOFIX child seat mounts, and electric windows. Opt for the Limited trim and leather seats and parking sensors are added to the long list.