2006 Jeep Commander 65th Anniversary Edition review and pictures

Posted on Tuesday, 18 July 2006 , 15:07:07 byEmil

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Jeep Commander 65th Anniversary Edition

The 2006 Jeep Commander 65th Anniversary Edition is priced at $28,880 for the 4x2 version, while the 4x4 version features an available price of $30,880. It is powered by a 3.6-liter V6 engine available as standard, but customers are also offered an optional 4.7-liter V8. Its high performance features include fog lamps, cargo net, unique 17-inch Wrench aluminum wheels with gray accents, floormats with Jeep 65 logo, unique center console accents and a power sunroof which incorporates CommandViewTM Skylights. The model was released as a tribute to the 65 years of Jeep functionality, setting an authentic benchmark for off-road capability. According to John Plecha, Director, Jeep Marketing and Product Planning, the Chrysler Group, Jeep vehicles have been capable of mastering more terrain, leading more adventures, offering their drivers and passengers more freedom than any other vehicle before or since. Based on the Laredo E package, the Grand Cherokee is priced at $28,755 for the 4x2 vehicle and $30,725 for the 4x4 edition, featuring a power sunroof, unique 17-inch Ronin aluminum wheels with gray accents as well as unique interior bezels. Based on the Sport C package, the Jeep Liberty 65th Anniversary edition features a price of $24,095 for the 4x2 model and $25,605 for the 4x4 edition, comprising unique 16-inch Mechanica aluminum wheels painted sparkle silver, unique floormats with Jeep 65 logo, unique console trim as well as special Jeep 65th anniversary logo. The pricing of the Jeep Wrangler 65th Anniversary Special Edition is $23,535 and its features include a SunRider soft top, full metal doors, fog lamps, unique center stack bezel and special two-tone seat with embroidered Jeep 65 logo.