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Meet the all new 2010 Jeep Commander near Culpeper. It’s available in two editions Sport and Limited. The 2010 Jeep Commander has many features that the competition can only dream of. Find out more at our Jeep dealership serving Culpeper, Safford Chrysler Jeep Dodge of Warrenton.
Quadra-Drive II steps to the head of the class with its front and rear Electronic Limited-Slip. Differentials (ELSD) that can help transfer 100 percent torque to any one wheel with traction. Quadra-Trac II offers all-speed traction control to help keep you on course. If wheel slippage is detected, up to 100 percent of the available torque can be routed to the axle with the most traction.
Culpeper Jeep drivers can shift into low range for rock-crawling prowess. Quadra-Trac I is standard on Sport 4WD. This full-time system operates smoothly, with no driver interaction required. Under normal driving conditions, torque is distributed 48 percent to the front wheels and 52 percent to the rear wheels. If wheel slippage occurs, the integrated traction control system helps transfer torque to the axle with traction for secure 4WD capability.
Powerful and efficient, the available 5.7L HEMI V8 engine’s 357 hp and 389 lb-ft of torque jet you into passing and merging mode with ease. Maintain your cruising speed and the Multi- Displacement System (MDS) can deactivate four of the engine’s eight cylinders, boosting fuel efficiency. The available 3.7L V6 engine is an efficient, durable and strong performer that operates smoothly and quietly, an economical choice that’s proven to serve well.
The 2010 Jeep Commander, at Safford Chrysler Jeep Dodge of Warrenton, has earned the U.S. government’s highest rating — Five Stars — for front-impact crash testing for driver and front passenger, as rated by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Commander’s robust Electronic Stability Control (ESC) includes Electronic Roll Mitigation (ERM), antilock brake system (ABS) and Brake Assist, all-speed traction control and available Trailer Sway Control (TSC).
By alternating brake pressure, TSC helps reduce trailer sway and improves handling in adverse towing conditions caused by crosswinds and traffic. When the network of ESC sensors detect that you’re veering off your intended path, this system instantaneously takes action to help keep you moving forward. Hill Start Assist (HSA) and Hill Descent Control (HDC) are available features that employ automatic braking to help get you up and down the mountain.