Last year of the AMC. Modified
9 inch K&N cone filter and air tube
MSD 6A ignition and SSII blaster coil
improved thermostate houseing and fan relay switch
92 OEM cooling upgrade
4 gauge wiring upgrade
4.6L stroker engine
58mm TB and 1" spacer
and for that extra power an Momo shifter knob
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Wow I leave for a day and my thread gets hijacked....Somthor I can tell you that my limiteds interior does not look cheasy....with that said I will try and get some more pics for you guys maybe even one of the hotty that drives it
Wow is it awesome, it gets so many looks as I drive down the street.
Its completly covered in snow where I am and the I find the Commander has great handeling on ice, and even with those big windows it warms up pretty quick and the defrost is awesome too.
Im taking it on a 1600Km trip in about two weeks in the cold weather. Any questions for about it can be e-mailed.
I thought the steering felt a bit cadillac-ish (referring to circa 1980's cadillacs, not current day), luxurious, over powered and loose.
No rattles either, and seems quiet and refined. About 3K miles.
That seems to be more and more common nowadays. I prefer steering with a bit more effort. My WJ almost felt twitchy on center at first because of the sensitivity and lack of steering effort, until I got used to it (which only took about an hour!)...now it doesn't bother me. The WK is much better, and I imagine the Commander is more similar to that.
I'll have to get out and drive a Commander next time I have my Jeep in for service. I'm not looking to replace my current vehicle yet, but I'd really like to check it out anyway.
Limited with the HEMI, black in colour, and saddle brown seats, fully loaded too! Great vehicle for snow I find, it hugs the road so well even if its really icy, I guess I can thank the eletronic slip protection for that.
2006 Commander 5.7L Hemi, Black