Keeping the windshield of your Jeep Commander clear, especially off-road, can be challenging. Your windshield wipers are exposed to dust, dirt and mud. These course matters can cause the synthetic or rubber materials of your wipers to crack and tear.
When you first start to notice your wipers not clearing your windshield as they used to, you can replace them. This can prevent you from being caught on the trails with poor wipers.
Finding replacement front and back wipers for discontinued SUVs is not always easy. We have created the wiper blade size chart below specifically for the Jeep Commander.
About the Jeep Commander
The Jeep Commander was on the market for the 2005 to 2010 model years. Jeep introduced it as the only three-row Jeep, and it seated up to seven passengers. Today, the Jeep Grand Cherokee offers a third row with seating up to seven.
On the Commander, there are 2WD and 4WD models on the roads. The Commander offers some of the looks and capabilities of the Jeep Wrangler with the comfort and convenience features of the Cherokee. The styling of the Commander is boxy with hard edge transitions from front to back.
The Commanders on the road today have either V6 and V8 engines and are ready for towing a boat or trailer. Owners have come to appreciate the additional cargo space the Commander offers. Being able to fold down some or all of the seats offers flexibility for passengers and their gear. There is a sturdy roof rack for those larger items.
The inside of the Commander has comfortable seating, especially for front-seated passengers and some models have plush leather seats. Uniquely, the Commander comes with elevated stadium-style seating in the second row. This allows second row passengers to have a good view of the road. When new, the Commander offered many different features, so there is a variety of models and trim levels in the used market.
Jeep Commander Wiper Blade Size Chart