Wednesday, January 03, 2007

Jeep Commander Overland vs. Limited

One common question among prospective Jeep Commander buyers is: what is the difference between the Jeep Commander Limited and the Overland edition? Basically, this is what you are getting for the roughly $4,400 sticker price difference between a standard 4x2 Limited and a Standard 4x2 Overland:
  • Hemi Engine
  • Body-Color Exterior Mirrors
  • Platinum Front Fascias
  • Platinum License Plate Brow
  • 7 and 4 Pin Wiring Harness
  • Cargo Net
  • Full-Size Matching Wheel Spare Tire
  • Hemi Badge
  • Class IV Hitch Receiver
  • Hydraulic Engine Cooling
  • "Overland" Badge
  • Platinum Bodyside Molding
  • Platinum Exterior Assist Handles
  • Platinum Grille
  • Platinum Side Roof Rails
  • Premium Fender Flares
  • Premium Two-Tone Seat Accents
  • Wood/Leather-Wrapped Steering Wheel
  • Woodgrain Accent Door Trim
  • UConnect® Hands-Free Communication
  • DVD-based GPS Navigation System w/6-CD/MP3 Chngr
  • 17" x 7.5" Aluminum Platinum Clad Wheels
In summary, you're getting more bling and more creature comforts, plus the Hemi engine. Four wheel drive Overlands also get the Quadra Drive II four wheel drive system. For more information, you can read this Full Feature Comparison (PDF) between the three 2007 Commander models: Sport, Limited and Overland.


Anonymous said...

I have a 5.7 Hemi limited fully loaded and It has the Quadra-Drive II saddle brown leather and wood grain.

Projector Headlights said...

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Charity said...

Getting to buy a Jeep is cool but what about the tires? Jeep tires are difficult to shop for because there are so many options to select from in the market. Jeeps vary in tires they use, some use larger sizes or stronger tires as opposed to others. It depends on whether you are looking for light Jeep tires or super-duty tires. Uneven wear on the outside of the tires can be due to suspension and alignment. Nice blog