Im looking at a 2007 Commander with 132,482 miles and its the sport 4WD and i was wondering if they are reliable.
It depends alot on the maintenance that was done by the previous owner as well as what their driving habits were.
Was the vehicle beat on, or, was it babied?
Did they take it off-road regularly?
Did they do alot of heavy towing with it?
Are those 132,482 miles highway miles, or, was all that mileage accumulated through local stop & go driving?
These are all unknown variables that could effect the vehicles longevity.
There are also some key details you neglected to mention, like what engine/powertrain & 4WD system does it have?
That's pretty important.
The CARFAX vehicle history report should help you determine how well the vehicle was or wasn't maintained - but even that doesn't tell you the whole story.
The bottom line is anytime you buy a used vehicle, particularly one that is 9 years old with over 100,000 miles on it, there is a certain amount of risk involved and it's probably a pretty safe bet that shortly after you buy it and drive it for a bit, you will discover some things that need to be fixed.
As a general rule though, all of the Jeep Commander drive trains are proven to be fairly reliable, even with over 100,000 miles on them, when they are properly maintained.